Darevskia chlorogaster (Boulenger, ) Lacerta chlorogaster Boulenger, [original combination]; D[arevskia]. chlorogaster. Synonyms: Lacerta boettgeri MEHELY, Lacerta chlorogaster BOULENGER , Lacerta mostoufii BALOUTCH, Darevskia chlorogaster ARRIBAS. IUCN TA Darevskia chlorogaster, Green-bellied Lizard. Assessment by: Boris Tuniyev, Natalia Ananjeva, Aram Agasyan, Nikolai Orlov.

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Darevskia chlorogaster

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. PLoS One 8 Annotated Checklist of Amphibians and Reptiles of Iran.

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Iran, Gilan Province, Bandar-e Anzali. Early Stages of Speciation.

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Die Eidechse 6 We further restrict this species to comprise all individuals belonging to the Western Hyrcanian clade featuring a combination of rectangular ventral plates with rectilinear posterior margins in 19—25 transversal and 6 longitudinal rows; 43—51 dorsal scales across middle of back; 6 to 10 collar drevskia 20—25 gular scales from angle between maxillar cjlorogaster to collar; 27—37 small scales along fold chloroaster ears; 13—17 femoral pores; 26—33 scales under fourth toe; 4—8 superaciliar scales; 3—16 supraciliar granules; 1—3 scales between masseteric and supratemporal shields; 2—4 scales between masseteric and tympanic shields; 2—3 large preanal scales; rostral touches nostril; single postnasal.

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Krieger, Malabar, FL, pp. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Results of the Czech biological expedition to Iran. See map in SMID et al. Retrieved from ” https: AG magazine in print.

The original description is not sufficient to attribute this species to any Darevskia with certainty. Find more photos by Google images search: Description of a new species of Lacerta from Persia. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations.

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Boulenger defined the species by featuring a serrated collar composed of 7—9 scales; strongly keeled hexagonal dorsal scales, which are smooth towards the ventrals and a little smaller than the dorsals; 20—27 gular scales, 3 or 4 corresponding to the length of a ventral plate; ventrals in 6 longitudinal series; 44—50 scales across mid-body; 27—30 lamellar scales under fourth toe; and 14—18 femoral pores. Darevskia chlorogaster Boulenger ,