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Taxonomy of the genus Eugongylus Biodiversity of the family Scincidae

Bibliography of the genus
Eugongylus (Short-legged Giant Skinks)

(Reptilia: Sauria: Scincidae)

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Eugongylus in general

Böhme, W. 1976. Über die Gattung Eugongylus, Fitzinger, mit die Beschreibung einer neuen Art (Reptilia: Scincidae). Bonner Zoologische Beiträge 27(3-4): 245-251.

Brandley, M.C.; Bragg, J.G.; Singhal, S.; Chapple, D.G.; Jennings, C.K.; Lemmon, A.R.; Lemmon, E.M.; Thompson, M.B.; Moritz, C. 2015. Evaluating the performance of anchored hybrid enrichment at the tips of the tree of life: a phylogenetic analysis of Australian Eugongylus group scincid lizards. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15: 62.

Greer, A.E. 1974. The generic relationships of the scincid lizard genus Leiolopisma and its relatives. Australian Journal of Zoology (Supplementary Series) 31: 1-67.

Greer, A.E.; Chong, J. 2007. Number of maxillary teeth in scincid lizards: Lineage characteristics and ecological implications. Journal of Herpetology 41(1): 94-101.

Welch, K.R.G. 1982. Herpetology of the Old World. 2. Preliminary comments on the classification of skinks (family Scincidae) with specific reference to those genera found in Africa, Europe and southwest Asia. Herptile 7(4): 25-27.

Eugongylus albofasciolatus

Buden, D.W. 2011. Reptiles of Fais Island, Yap State, Federated States of Micronesia. Pacific Science 65(2): 277-283.

Cooper, W.E. 2002. Prey chemical discrimination in the lizard Eugongylus albofasciolatus and its distribution in Scincidae. Russian Journal of Herpetology 9(3): 237-242.

Eugongylus rufescens

Darevsky, I.S.; Orlov, N.L. 2004. Geographic distribution: Eugongylus rufescens. Herpetological Review 35(3): 286.

Eugongylus unilineatus

Greer, A.E.; Shea, G. 2000. A phylogenetically important lygosomine skink resurrected from taxonomic obscurity: Lygosoma unilineatum de Rooij, 1915. Journal of Herpetology 34(1): 85-91.