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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Notes on the distribution of amphibians and reptiles. See map in SMID et al. Krieger, Malabar, FL, pp. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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This page was last edited on 5 Julyat The remaining syntypes are consequently designated paralectotypes. Find more photos by Google images search: Tweet Please submit feedback about this entry to the curator.

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Measurements and scale counts of this specimen are in accordance with the one illustrated in the original description. Rabino, designated by Ahmadzadeh et al. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. 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.


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 scales; 20—25 gular scales from angle between maxillar scales to collar; 27—37 small scales along fold among 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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Darevskia chlorogaster

Darevskia chlorogaster is a lizard species in the genus Darevskia. This article includes a list of referencesrelated reading or external linkschlorogwster its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Annotated checklist and distribution of the lizards of Iran. Retrieved from ” https: Zoology in the Middle East Molecular Biology, 41 5: Articles lacking in-text citations from February All articles lacking in-text citations Articles needing additional references from February All articles needing additional references Articles with multiple maintenance issues Articles with ‘species’ microformats Taxonbars with automatically added original combinations All stub articles.


Annotated Checklist of Amphibians and Reptiles dhlorogaster Iran. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. Darevskia adjarica Darevskia alpina Darevskia armeniaca Darevskia bendimahiensis Darevskia bithynica Darevskia brauneri Darevskia caspica Darevskia caucasica Darevskia chlorogaster Darevskia clarkorum Darevskia daghestanica Darevskia dahli Darevskia defilippii Darevskia derjugini Darevskia dryada Darevskia kamii Darevskia kopetdaghica Darevskia lindholmi Darevskia mixta Darevskia nairensis Darevskia parvula Darevskia pontica Darevskia portschinskii Adrevskia praticola Darevskia raddei Darevskia rostombekowi Darevskia rudis Darevskia sapphirina Darevskia saxicola Darevskia schaekeli Darevskia steineri Darevskia szczerbaki Darevskia unisexualis Darevskia uzzelli Darevskia valentini.

Guide to the Reptiles of the Eastern Palearctic. Can you confirm these amateur observations of Darevskia chlorogaster?