3 edition of new lizard of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) from the Marianas Islands found in the catalog.
new lizard of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) from the Marianas Islands
Walter Creighton Brown
in [San Francisco
Written in English
|Statement||by Walter C. Brown and Marjorie V. C. Falanruw.|
|Series||Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th series, v. 39, no. 9, Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences ;, v. 39, no. 9.|
|Contributions||Falanruw, Marjorie C.|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .C253 vol. 39, no. 9, QL666.L28 .C253 vol. 39, no. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||78308473|
Biological Conservation 22 () RARE FROGS AND REPTILES OF CAPE YORK PENINSULA, AUSTRALIA J. COVACEVICH, G. J. INGRAM & G. V. CZECHURA Queensland Museum, Gregory Terrace, Fortitude Valley, Queensland, Australia, ABSTRACT 'Rare' frogs and reptiles on Cape York Peninsula are those which are not found elsewhere in Australia, and which are known from Cited by: 8. Full text of "Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 4th series" See other formats.
Sadlier), and the skink genus Geomyersia Greer and Parker, (for George Sprague Myers), although the latter two persons are covered in the book via other eponyms. Vernacular eponyms for North American, Mexican, and European reptiles were taken from published standard lists for those areas. However, no indication is given as to the. Gorgosaurus (meaning "dreadful lizard") is a genus of tyrannosaurid theropod dinosaur that lived in western North America during the Late Cretaceous Period, between about and million years ago. New!!: Skink and Gorgosaurus See more» Graciliscincus. Graciliscincus is a lizard genus in the family Scincidae. New!!.
The copper striped blue-tailed skink (Emoia impar) -- a sleek lizard with smooth, polished scales and a long, sky-blue tail -- was last confirmed in the Na'Pali coast of Kauai in the s. Lizards of the genus Emoia (Scincidae), with observations on their evolution and biogeography. Christensen Research Instit., Madang, Papua New Guinea, & California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, Mem. no. 94 pp. 09xy 10xy 11xy.
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Add tags for "A new lizard of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) from the Marianas Islands,". Be the first. Further reading. Brown WC (). "Lizards of the Genus Emoia (Scincidae) with Observations on Their Evolution and Biogeography".Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences (13): 1– (Emoia slevini, pp.
15–16, Figure 8).Brown WC, Falanruw MVC (). "A new lizard of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) from the Marianas Islands".Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 39 (9): – 79 rows Emoia is a genus of skinks, lizards in the subfamily Eugongylinae. The genus Emoia belongs Class: Reptilia.
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ABSTRACT The lizard genus Emoia Gray, within the Lygosominae as recognized in contains about 80 recognized species. Morphological studies have long recognized various species groups (e.g. PDF | Between September and November54 adult skinks from 15 species including 5 seaside skinks (Emoia atrocostata), 1 Pacific blue-tailed skink | Find, read and cite all the research you.
Year of the Lizard News No. 5, Julyp. 5 color pattern—kunan means ‘bumblebee’ in the local Nali language,” says Fisher. “It belongs to a genus of slender-toed geckos, which means these guys don’t have the padded, wall-climbing toes like the Common House Gecko, or the Day Gecko in the car insurance commercials.”File Size: 3MB.
of the lizard fauna. Most Emoia are found in New Guinea and the islands to the north and east along the Pacific Plate. In the Pacific basin alone, no other reptile genus with autochtho-nous representatives (e.g., Perochirus, Brachylo-phus, Tachygia, Typhlops, Ogmodon) approaches Emoia in number of species (24) or endemics (17).
The copper striped blue-tailed skink (Emoia impar) was last seen on Kauai's Na'Pali coast more than 40 years ago. Field surveys conducted for 20 years from to on Kauai, O'ahu, Maui, and Hawai'i yielded no sightings of the lizard, which is described as a.
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"Three New Lizards of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) from southern New Guinea", Walter C Brown and Fred Park, Breviora21 June The most comprehensive account of the genus that I am aware of (but have not read) is W C Brown's "Lizards of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) with observations on their evolution and biogeography",Memoirs of.
Six families, 29 genera and approximately species of lizards are known from New Guinea and adjacent offshore islands (not including the Bismarcks) (Table 1).
However, the fauna is incompletely known and many new species and even new genera have recently been discovered (Greer ; Greer and Parker ; M. Simon, pers.
comm.).Cited by: 9. This page was last edited on 14 Decemberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may A new lizard of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) from the Marianas Islands Vol Page Two new genera and two new species of western Pacific snake eels (Apodes: Ophichthidae).
The most common lizard we found, as I expected, was the pelagic gecko. We turned up so many I could not count them, but the boys also called me to a scattering of skinks. Initially these were long-legged, fast-running brown four-fingered skink (Carlia fusca) and various emoids: Jakati River skink (Emoia jakati), dusky skink (E.
obscura. Three new lizards of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) from southern New Guinea. Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology,Breviora, ():3 figures. Stapled text as. A new snake (Rhynchocalamus arabicus) from Arabia.
Zoological Series of Field Museum of Natural History 9– BHL Reference page. Schmidt, K.P. A new lizard from Mexico with a note on the genus Norops. Zool. Ser. Field Mus. Nat. Hist. 7– SCHMIDT, K.P. & D.D. DAVIS. Field Book of Snakes of the United States and Canada.
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