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Taxonomy of Lizards (Sauria) Biodiversity of Lizards (Sauria)

Bibliography of
Lizards
(Sauria)

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Anderson, S.C. 2000. Preliminary observations and comments on syntopic occurrence of lizards in Iran. Russian Journal of Herpetology 7(3): 236-238.

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Barbault, R. 1990. Ecological constraints and the evolution of life-history strategies in tropical lizards. pp. 333-353. In: Maynard Smith, J. & Vida, G. (eds.). Organizational constraints on the dynamics of evolution. Manchester University Press, Manchester. 442 pp.

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Bauer, A.M. 1997. South African lizards: phylogenetic relationships of lizard families. pp. 87-93. In: Wyk, J.H. van (ed.). Proceedings of the FitzSimons Commemorative Symposium (South African lizards: 50 years of progress) and Third H.A.A. Symposium on African herpetology: held at the Transvaal Museum, Pretoria, South Africa, 11-15 October 1993. Herpetological Association of Africa, Matieland. 227 pp.

Bauer, A.M. 2007. The foraging biology of the Gekkota: life in the middle. pp. 371-404. In: Reilly, S.M.; McBrayer, L.D.; Miles, D.B. (eds.). Lizard ecology: the evolutionary consequences of foraging mode. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, etc. 531 pp.

Bauer, A.M.; Jackman, T.R. 2008. Global diversity of lizards in freshwater (Reptilia: Lacertilia). Hydrobiologia 595: 581-586.

Beaupre, S.J.; Montgomery, C.E. 2007. The meaning and consequences of foraging mode in snakes. pp. 334-367. In: Reilly, S.M.; McBrayer, L.D.; Miles, D.B. (eds.). Lizard ecology: the evolutionary consequences of foraging mode. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, etc. 531 pp.

Berkum, F.H. van 1988. Latitudinal patterns of the thermal sensitivity of sprint speed in lizards. American Naturalist 132(3): 327-343.

Blake, E. 1988. Difficulties associated with breeding and rearing lizards at Edinburgh Zoo. Proceedings of Symposium of the Association of British Wild Animal Keepers 13: 8-12.

Blankers, T.; Townsend, T.M.; Pepe, K.; Reeder, T.W.; Wiens, J.J. 2013. Contrasting global-scale evolutionary radiations: phylogeny, diversification, and morphological evolution in the major clades of iguanian lizards. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 108(1): 127-143.

Blob, R.W. 1998. Evaluation of vent position from lizard skeletons for estimation of snout-vent length and body mass. Copeia 1998(3): 792-801.

Bobrov, V.V. 1998. [On the boundary between the Mediterranean and Sahara (Gobi faunistic areas of the Palearctic with special reference to the distribution of lizards (Reptilia, Sauria))]. (In Russian, English summary). Izvestiya Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk Seriya Biologicheskaya 5: 580-590.

Bobrov, V.V. 1999. [North, west and east limits of the Sahara-Gobi faunistic region in Eurasia (according to distribution of lizards (Reptilia, Sauria))]. (In Russian, English summary). Izvestiya Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk Seriya Biologicheskaya 5: 572-582.

Bobrov, V.V. 2000. [The limit between Palearctic and Afrotropical faunistic kingdoms (according to distribution of lizards (Reptilia, Sauria))]. (In Russian, English summary). Izvestiya Rossiiskoi Akademii Nauk Seriya Biologicheskaya 2: 191-204.

Böhme, W. 1988. Zur Genitalmorphologie der Sauria: funktionelle und stamnesgeschichtliche Aspekte. Bonner Zoologische Monographien 27: 1-176.

Bonine, K.E. 2007. Physiological correlates of lizard foraging mode. pp. 94-119. In: Reilly, S.M.; McBrayer, L.D.; Miles, D.B. (eds.). Lizard ecology: the evolutionary consequences of foraging mode. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, etc. 531 pp.

Boulenger, G.A. 1884. Synopsis of the families of existing Lacertilia. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Ser. 5) (London) 14(80): 117-122.

Boulenger, G.A. 1885. Catalogue of the lizards in the British Museum (Natural History). Vol. 1. Geckonidae, Eublepharidae, Uroplatidae, Pygopodidae, Agamidae. British Museum (Natural History), London. 436 pp. (Reprinted in 1965 by Wheldon & Wesley, Codicote, and Cramer, Weinheim).

Boulenger, G.A. 1885. Catalogue of the lizards in the British Museum (Natural History). Vol. 2. Iguanidae, Xenosauridae, Zonuridae, Anguidae, Anniellidae, Helodermatidae, Varanidae, Xantusiidae, Teiidae, Amphisbaenidae. British Museum (Natural History), London. 497 pp.

Boulenger, G.A. 1885. Remarks on the geographical distribution of the Lacertilia. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (Ser. 5) (London) 16(92): 77-85.

Boulenger, G.A. 1887. Catalogue of the lizards in the British Museum (Natural History). Vol. 3. Lacertidae, Gerrhosauridae, Scincidae, Anelytropidae, Dibamidae, Chamaeleontidae. British Museum (Natural History), London. 575 pp. (Reprinted in 1965 by Wheldon & Wesley, Codicote, and Cramer, Weinheim).

Bressi, N. 1999. European Sauria in the herpetological collection of the Trieste Natural History Museum. Natura Croatica 8(3): 345-366.

Brooks, M. 1999. Effects of protective fencing on birds, lizards, and black-tailed hares in the western Mojave Desert. Environmental Management 23(3): 387-400.

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Brown, T.K.; Nagy, K.A. 2007. Lizard energetics and the sit-and-wait vs. wide-foraging paradigm. pp. 120-140. In: Reilly, S.M.; McBrayer, L.D.; Miles, D.B. (eds.). Lizard ecology: the evolutionary consequences of foraging mode. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, etc. 531 pp.

Bücherl, W.; Buckley, E.E. (eds.) 1971. Venomous animals and their venoms. Vol. 2. Venomous vertebrates (snakes, saurians, batrachians, fishes). Academic Press, New York. 687 pp.

Bustard, R. 1970. Australian Lizards. Collins, Sydney & London. 162 pp.

Cabrera, M.R. 1993. Los saurios del Espinal y su presencia en provincias biogeograficas vecinas. Revista del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia" e Instituto Nacional de Investigacion de las Ciencias Naturales Ecologia 4(2): 17-34.

Camacho, A.; Pavao, R.; Moreira, C.N.; Fonseca Pinto, A.C.B.C.; Navas, C.A.; Rodrigues, M.T. 2015. Interaction of morphology, thermal physiology and burrowing performance during the evolution of fossoriality in Gymnophthalmini lizards. Functional Ecology 29(4): 515-521.

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Camp, C.L. 1923. Classification of the Lizards. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 48(11): 289-481. (Reprinted in 1970 by SSAR).

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Case, T.J.; Bolger, D.T. 1991. The role of interspecific competition in the biogeography of island lizards. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 6(4): 135-139.

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Christian, K.; Bedford, G. 1993. High reproductive expenditure per progeny in geckos relative to other lizards. Journal of Herpetology 27(3): 351-354.

Christian, K.A.; Bedford, G.; Shannahan, S.T. 1996. Solar absorptance of some Australian lizards and its relationship to temperature. Australian Journal of Zoology 44(1): 59-67.

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Cooper, W.E. 1994. Chemical discrimination by tongue-flicking in lizards: a review with hypotheses on its origin and its ecological and phylogenetic relationships. Journal of Chemical Ecology 20(2): 439-487.

Cooper, W.E. 1994. Prey chemical discrimination, foraging mode, and phylogeny. pp. 95-116. In: Vitt, L.J. & Pianka, E.R. (eds.). Lizard ecology: historical and experimental perspectives. Princeton University Press, Princeton. 403 pp.

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Cooper, W.E. 2007. Lizard chemical senses, chemosensory behavior, and foraging mode. pp. 237-270. In: Reilly, S.M.; McBrayer, L.D.; Miles, D.B. (eds.). Lizard ecology: the evolutionary consequences of foraging mode. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, etc. 531 pp.

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Cooper, W.E.; Ferguson, G.W.; Habegger, J.J. 2001. Responses to animal and plant chemicals by several iguanian insectivores and the tuatara, Sphenodon punctatus. Journal of Herpetology 35(2): 255-263.

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