Anolis chrysolepis Duméril and Bibron, 1837 (Squamata: Iguanidae), Revisited: Molecular Phylogeny and Taxonomy of the Anolis chrysolepis Species Group

@inproceedings{DAngiolella2011AnolisCD,
  title={Anolis chrysolepis Dum{\'e}ril and Bibron, 1837 (Squamata: Iguanidae), Revisited: Molecular Phylogeny and Taxonomy of the Anolis chrysolepis Species Group},
  author={Annelise B. D’Angiolella and Tony Gamble and Teresa Cristina Sauer {\'A}vila-Pires and Guarino Rinaldi Colli and Brice P. Noonan and Laurie J. Vitt},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract The Anolis chrysolepis species group is distributed across the entire Amazon basin and currently consists of A. bombiceps and five subspecies of A. chrysolepis. These lizards are characterized by moderate size, relatively narrow digital pads, and a small dewlap that does not reach the axilla. We used the mitochondrial gene ND2 to estimate phylogenetic relationships among putative subspecies of A. chrysolepis and taxa previously hypothesized to be their close relatives. We also assessed… 
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