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South America

Taxonomy of the family Liolaemidae Biodiversity of the family Liolaemidae

Bibliography of the family
(South American Lesser Iguanas)

(Reptilia: Sauria)

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Cei, J.M. 1998. La melanocephalie chez les lézards liolaemines et redecouverte de l'holotype de Liolaemus melanops Burmeister, 1888 longtemps considere comme perdu (Reptilia: Squamata: Iguania: Tropiduridae). Revue Francaise d'Aquariologie Herpetologie 25(1-2): 59-62.

Díaz Gómez, J.M. 2011. Estimating ancestral ranges: testing methods with a clade of neotropical lizards (Iguania: Liolaemidae). PLoS ONE 6(10): e26412, 1-12.

Lobo, F.; Espinoza, R.E.; Quinteros, S. 2010. A critical review and systematic discussion of recent classification proposals for liolaemid lizards. Zootaxa 2549: 1-30.

Pincheira-Donoso, D. 2011. Debating Liolaemidae diversity and classification, and a bit more: a response to Lobo et al. Zootaxa 2772: 61-66.

Pincheira-Donoso, D.; Scolaro, J.A.; Sura, P. 2008. A monographic catalogue on the systematics and phylogeny of the South American iguanian lizard family Liolaemidae (Squamata, Iguania). Zootaxa 1800: 1-85.

Quipildor, M.; Abdala, V.; Farfán, R.S.C.; Lobo, F. 2018. Evolution of the cloacal and genital musculature, and the genitalia morphology in liolemid lizards (Iguania: Liolaemidae) with remarks on their phylogenetic bearing. Amphibia-Reptilia 39(1): 63–78.

Schulte, J.A. 2013. Undersampling taxa will underestimate molecular divergence dates: an example from the South American lizard clade Liolaemini. International Journal of Evolutionary Biology 2013: 1-12.

Tulli, M.J.; Abdala, V.; Cruz, F.B. 2011. Relationships among morphology, clinging performance and habitat use in Liolaemini lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24(4): 843-855.

Tulli, M.J.; Cruz, F.B.; Kohlsdorf, T.; Abdala, V. 2016. When a general morphology allows many habitat uses. Integrative Zoology 11(6): 483-499.

Watson, C.M.; Makowsky, R.; Bagley, J.C. 2014. Reproductive mode evolution in lizards revisited: updated analyses examining geographic, climatic and phylogenetic effects support the cold-climate hypothesis. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(12): 2767-2780.