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The herpetofauna of the Mexican state of Aguascalientes

  title={The herpetofauna of the Mexican state of Aguascalientes},
  author={James R. Mccranie and Larry David Wilson},
Segundo registro de holbrookia approximans (squamata: phrynosomatidae) para el estado de Aguascalientes, México y record de mayor altitud.
Herein we document the occurrence of  Holbrookia approximans  in the state of Aguascalientes, Mexico, after a hiatus of 43 years since the last record, at Las Negritas, in the Municipality of El
Crotalus Aquilus Klauber, 1952 (Squamata: Viperidae), a new state record for Zacatecas, Mexico
Small-bodied montane rattlesnakes of the Crotalus triseriatus group inhabit primarily pine-oak forest of southern United States, and mainland México. This group contains 9 species C. aquilus, C.
Cambios en el paisaje y prioridades de conservación: una perspectiva herpetofaunística mexicana a escalas local y regional
Few studies have demonstrated historical human impact on biodiversity at local and regional scales, largely due to lack of baseline information and long term monitoring for most taxa. In 1958 and
Amphibians and reptiles of the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, with comparisons with adjoining states
Chihuahua is Mexico’s largest state, and its physiographic complexity affects the distribution of its herpetofauna, which falls in IUCNs least concern category and is not listed by SEMARNAT.
Ambystoma rosaceum Taylor, 1941, the Tarahumara Salamander (Caudata: Ambystomatidae), a new state record for Aguascalientes, México
This specimen represents the first state record of A. rosaceum for Aguascalientes and extends the known distribution of the species through the southern portion of the Sierra Madre Occidental.
A new species of bunchgrass lizard (Squamata: Phrynosomatidae) from the southern sky islands of the Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico.
Principal component analyses of 24 traditional morphological characters used to describe previous S. scalaris group taxa indicate that these characters may be of limited use to delineate species in this species group, however, male lateral and ventral coloration may still be an important character for diagnosing species.
A new state record for Aguascalientes, Mexico: Phrynosoma cornutum (Squamata: Phrynosomatidae), the Texas horned lizard
distributed through North America and range from southern Canada to western Guatemala (Sherbrooke, 2003). The genus comprises 17 species (Leache and McGuire, 2006; Nieto-Montes de Oca et al., 2014)
A revision of the Mexican Anolis (Reptilia, Squamata, Dactyloidae) from the Pacific versant west of the Isthmus de Tehuantepec in the states of Oaxaca, Guerrero, and Puebla, with the description of six new species .
The species of anoles occurring along the Pacific versant of Mexico west of the Isthmus de Tehuantepec in the states of Oaxaca, Guerrero, and Puebla are revised and a dichotomous key is provided for the identification of the 21 species.
Are lizards feeling the heat? A tale of ecology and evolution under two temperatures
A large (861 species) global dataset of lizard body temperatures was used, and the mean annual temperatures across their geographic ranges were examined to examine the relationships between body andmean annual temperatures.
Culebrilla de las macetas - Ramphotyphlops braminus (Daudin, 1803)
Reptiles - Orden Squamata - Familia Typhlopidae en la Enciclopedia Virtual de Vertebrados Espanoles, http://www.vertebradosibericos.org/.