Cladistic Analysis of Iguania and a Fossil Lizard from the Late Pliocene of Northwestern Argentina

@inproceedings{Daza2012CladisticAO,
  title={Cladistic Analysis of Iguania and a Fossil Lizard from the Late Pliocene of Northwestern Argentina},
  author={J. D. Daza and V. Abdala and J. S. Arias and D. Garc{\'i}a-L{\'o}pez and P. Ortiz},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract A fragmentary fossil lizard from Uquía Formation (Late Pliocene), Jujuy Province, Argentina, is described. The material consists of disarticulated cranial bones from the snout and jaw that were part of a microvertebrate fossil assemblage generated by accumulation of predatory birds pellets. The phylogenetic analysis of 396 morphological characters indicates a sister-group relationship between the new taxon and a clade formed by the families Liolaemidae, Leiocephalidae, and Tropiduridae… Expand
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