3.2.1.3.7 Xantusiidae

 

Xantusiidae

Lepidophyma dontomasi 32: 16(16,0) 16 Bezy & Camarillo (1992) Herpetologica 48: 97-110

Lepidophyma flavimaculatum 38: 18(16,2) 20 scNOR on 3rd an 54; 3n= 57 all female population Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29

Lepidophyma gaigeae 38: 18(18,0) 20 scNOR on 3rd an 56 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29; Bezy & Camarillo (1992) Herpetologica 48: 97-110

Lepidophyma micropholis 36: 16(14,2) 20 an 50 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29

Lepidophyma occulor 36: 18(18,0) 18 an 50 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29

Lepidophyma pajapanensis 38: 18(16,2) 20 scNOR on 3rd an 54 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29

Lepidophyma smithii 36: 16(16,0) 20 an 52 scNOR on 3rd an 53Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29

Lepidophyma sylvaticum 36: 16(16,0) 20 Bezy (1984) Contrib Sci 349: 1-16

Lepidophyma tuxtlae 38: 18(16,2) 20 scNOR on 3rd an 54 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29

Xantusia henshawi 42: 18(16,2) 24 Matthey (1931) Rev Suisse Zool 38: 117-186

Xantusia henshawi α40: 18(18,0) 22 an 58 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29

Xantusia henshawi β 40: 18(18,0) 22 an 58 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29

Xantusia riverisana 40: 18(18,0) 22 an 58 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29; Bezy et al (1980) in Power (ed) The California islands: Proc of a multidisciplinary symposium. Santa Barbara Nat Hist Mus, Santa Barbara pp 565-583

Xantusia vigilis α 40: 18(16,2) 22 an 56 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29

Xantusia vigilis β 40: 18(18,0) 22 an 58 Bezy (1972) Contrib Sci 227: 1-29