Aspidoscelis dixoni

The Aspidoscelis dixoni is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

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The unisexual teiid lizard Aspidoscelis dixoni Scudday 1973 is shown experimentally to be capable of detecting and responding to chemosensory stimuli from three species of naturally-occurring sympatric predatory snakes (Masticophis flagellum, M. More

Aspidoscelis dixoni and one of Aspidoscelis tesselata Evolutionary and systematic relationships among tuco-tucos of the Ctenomys pundti complex (Rodentia : Octodontidae): a cytogenetic and morphological approach Evolutionary animation: How do molecular phylogenies compare to Mayrs reconstruction of speciation patterns in More

Aspidoscelis dixoni and one of Aspidoscelis tesselata. Copeia. 2006 (1): 14-26. Jodice, Patrick G. R., Deborah M. Epperson and G. Henk Visser. 2006. Daily energy expenditure in free-ranging Gopher Tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus). Copeia. 2006 (1): 129-136. More

Aspidoscelis dixoni is a diploid unisexual species that normally reproduces by parthenogenetic cloning, as demonstrated here with genetic data from laboratory-reared lizards. More

Order : Squamata
Family : Teiidae
Genus : Aspidoscelis
Species : Aspidoscelis dixoni
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Aspidoscelis dixoni