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Reproduction and sexual dimorphism in two populations of Sceloporus minor of the Guadalcázar Region, San Luis Potosí, Mexico

@inproceedings{Bautista2008ReproductionAS,
  title={Reproduction and sexual dimorphism in two populations of Sceloporus minor of the Guadalc{\'a}zar Region, San Luis Potos{\'i}, Mexico},
  author={A. R. Bautista},
  year={2008}
}
We studied the reproduction and sexual dimorphism of Sceloporus minor in two populations, El Oro and Las Lagunas, in the municipality of Guadalcázar, San Luis Potosí, Mexico. Males were larger and had larger heads and tibias than females. Males and females from El Oro were larger than those from Las Lagunas. Reproductive activity of males and females was asynchronous in both populations. Testes of the males from El Oro and Las Lagunas increased in size from July to September, reaching maximum… Expand
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