Variation in Hispaniolan Anolis olssoni Schmidt (Reptilia, Sauria, Iguanidae) (Contributions in biology and geology)

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Get this from a library. Variation in Hispaniolan Anolis olssoni Schmidt (Reptilia, Sauria, Iguanidae). [Albert Schwartz]. Variation inHispaniolan Anolis olssoni Schmidt (Reptilia: Sauria: Iguanidae) Albert Schwartz Miami-Dade Community College North Campus, Miami, Florida ABSTRACT - The Hispaniolan "grass anole," Anolis olssoni Schmidt, is widespread on the Hispaniolan north island and has invadedthesouthislandPeninsula deBarahona andDedelaGonave.

Anolis olssoni Schmidt, See species synonymy. Anolis semilineatus olssoni: Boker, Anolis olssoni olssoni: Schwartz, First use of trino- mial. Definition. This subspecies was characterized by Schwartz (l)(based on 7 specimens), as having: (mode 6) snout scales (second canthals), 4 vertical rows of loreals, (mode.

Anolis olssoni olssoni SCHMIDT Anolis olssoni alienus SCHWARTZ Anolis olssoni domingonis SCHWARTZ Schwartz, A. Variation in Hispaniolan Anolis olssoni Schmidt (Reptilia: Sauria: Iguanidae).

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Milwaukee Public Mus. Contr. Biol. and Geol. (47) Schwartz, A. & Henderson, R.W. Amphibians and Reptiles of the West. On the basis of this material, Schmidt () described Sphaerodactylus becki, Anolis longiceps, A. latirostris, Cha- maelinorops (= Anolis) barbouri, Ameiva navassae, and noted the "prob- able" presence on the island of Anolis olssoni.

Anolis longiceps is a large anole in the carolinensis group, and its Cuban (via the Cayman Islands) affinity Cited by: 5. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data.

The Hispaniolan herpetofauna consists of 65 currently recognized species of amphibians (Table ) and recognized species of reptiles (Table ). The two long-snouted species (U. frenatus Günther, andU. oxyrhynchus Duméril, Bibron &Duméril, ) are ambush predators known to feed largely on diurnally active lizards (Anolis.

A review of the Hispaniolan lizard Anolis coelestinus Cope. Caribbean Journal of Science 9(): _____, A New Species of Montane Anolis (Sauria, Iguanidae) from Hispaniola. Annals of Carnegie Museum 44(12): _____, An analysis of variation in the Hispaniolan giant anole, Anolis ricordi Duméril and.

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(according to Telford et al., ) in the Hispaniolan anoles Anolis cybotes and Anolis distichus. Bars represent total size variation, with the mean represented by a hollow circle. This Handbook provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art overview of theoretical and descriptive research in contemporary Hispanic sociolinguistics.

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Geographic variation in the Hispaniolan frog Eleutherodactylus wetmorei Cochran.

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Breviora () b. Geographic variation in Anolis distichus Cope (Lacertilia, Iguanidae) in the Bahama Islands and Hispaniola. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. A review of the Hispaniolan lizard Anolis coelestinus Cope.

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9( Anolis occultus Williams & Rivero, - Pygmy Anole Anolis ocelloscapularis (Köhler, McCranie & Wilson, ) Anolis oculatus (Cope, ) Anolis oligaspis Cope, Anolis olssoni Schmidt, Anolis omiltemanus (Davis, ) Anolis onca O'Shaughnessy, Anolis opalinus Gosse, Anolis ophiolepis Cope, Anolis oporinus Garrido.

Anolis duellmani might be at risk of extinction due to ongoing habitat destruction in its restricted geographic range, given that we found this species only in relatively well-preserved forest patches, which rapidly are disappearing.

Key Words: Anolis pygmaeus, lizards, Los Tuxtlas, Mexico, morphology, variation. Agonistic responses by a grass anole, Anolis olssoni from the Dominican Republic, to male conspecifics Alejandro Queral1, Renée Garcia2, Robert Powell3*, John S.

Parmerlee, Jr.3, Donald D. Smith4, Amy Lathrop5 1 Department of Environmental Science, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia USA 2 Department of Biology, Arizona Western College, Yuma, Arizona USA 3 Department.

Anolis chlorocyanus A. Duméril and Bibron, – Hispaniolan Blue-green Anole, Hispaniolan Green Anole, Northern Hispaniolan Green Anole Species Anolis chlorodius G. Anolis barahonae ininquinatus (Cullom and Schwartz, ) Anolis barahonae mulitus (Cullom and Schwartz, ) Western Bearded Anole - Anolis barbatus (Garrido, ) Anolis barbouri (Schmidt, ) Hispaniolan Hopping Anole - Anolis barkeri Barker's Anole (Schmidt, ) West Cuban Anole - Anolis bartschi (Cochran, ).

Schwartz, A. An analysis of variation in the Hispaniolan giant anole, Anolis ricordi Duméril and Bibron. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University Schwartz, A. A new species of primitive Anolis (Sauria, Iguanidae) from the Sierra de Baoruco, Hispaniola. Breviora Schwartz, A.

PO BoxWilmington, DEUSA E-mail: [email protected] Phone: Toll-free in USA or /   Extant Hispaniolan trunk-crown anoles exhibit considerable variation in toepad lamella number, with smaller-bodied species having fewer lamellae than larger-bodied species (Fig.

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Publications in journals. Köhler, G. & S. Hedges (): A replacement name for the Hispaniolan anole formerly referred to as Anolis chlorocyanus Duméril & Bibron, Caribbean Herpetology The pinnacle of Schwartz’s work on geographic variation may be his monograph on geographic variation in Anolis distichus.

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