Squamata


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Squamata

an order of reptiles containing the lizards and snakes, which have a skin with horny epidermal scales or shields. The moveable quadrate bone makes it possible to move the upper jaw with respect to the braincase.

Squamata

an order of animals, the scaly-bodied reptiles, including snakes and lizards.
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A new species of Thecadactylus from Saint Maarten, Lesser Antilles (Reptilia, Squamata, Gekkonidae).
1 Echinodermata Asterias forbesi (Desor) -- Amphipholis squamata (Delle Chiaje) 3.
Dentro del orden Squamata, la familia Colubridae presento el mayor numero de especies (8), con una amplia distribucion en toda la zona peninsular, seguida de la familia Viperidae (3) y Boidae (2).
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Belonging to the order Squamata (which includes lizards, skinks, and snakes) and the family Iguanidae (like the iguana of The Night of the Iguana fame), the green anole is one of 115 lizard species and 50 iguanids found in North America.
As egg-guarding behavior takes diverse forms in Squamata (lizards and snakes), following Shine (1988), we defined "egg guarding" as any form of postovipositional parental behavior or any action of the parent after oviposition that increases the chances of survival of the offspring.
Order/Family/Species Spanish and/or English common names Crocodilia Crocodylidae Crocodylus acutus Cocodrilo americano, cocodrilo de rio, American crocodile Testudines Cheloniidae Caretta caretta Tortuga caguama, loggerhead sea turtle Chelonia mydas Tortuga blanca, green turtle Eretmochelys imbricata Tortuga carey, hawksbill sea turtle Dermochelydae Dermochelys coriacea Tortuga laud, leatherback sea turtle Squamata Gekkonidae Aristelliger georgeensis Gecko pestanudo, salamanquesa, St.
Se registraron 695 individuos que corresponden a 31 especies, distribuidas en 30 generos y 17 familias de los ordenes Squamata (lagartijas y serpientes) y Testudines (Tabla 2 y 3).