|Statement||by William E. Duellman and John Wellman.|
|Series||Miscellaneous publications, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan,, no. 111|
|Contributions||Wellman, John, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL666.L2 D8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||60062937|
A Systematic Study of The Lizards of The Deppei Group (Genus Cnemidophorus) in Mexico and Guatemala BY WILLIAM E. DUELLMAN AND JOHN WELLMAN Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas ANN ARBOR MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FEBRU Systematic study of the lizards of the deppei group (genus Cnemidophorus) in Mexico and Guatemala. Ann Arbor, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William E Duellman; John Wellman. A systematic study of the lizards of the deppei group (Genus Cnemidophorus) in Mexico and Guatemala. A systematic study of the lizards of the deppei group (Genus Cnemidophorus) in Mexico and Guatemala By W. E. Duellman and J. Wellman Publisher: University of Michigan Museum of Zoology.
A systematic study of the lizards of the deppei group (genus Cnemidophorus) in Mexico and Guatemala By William E. Duellman and John Wellman Publisher: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de . Further reading. Duellman WE, Wellman J (). "A Systematic Study of the Lizards of The Deppei [sic] Group (Genus Cnemidophorus) in Mexico and Guatemala".Miscellaneous Publications, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan (): + Plate I. (Cnemidophorus deppei infernalis, new subspecies, pp. , 75, Figures 11 D-F + Plate I, top).; Martínez-Fonseca JG, Reid FA, Sunyer J (). by Society for the Study or Amphibians and Reptiles (Giant Horned Lizard), Two adult males (EBUM A systematic study of the liz- ards of the deppei group (genus Cnemidophorus) in. Question: Phylogenetics And Systematics: Constructing A Phylogenetic Tree For This Phylogenetics Question, There Are 10 Total Characters And 7 Total Taxa (A-F, Plus Outgroup X) Being Considered. The Phlogeny (tree) Proposed From This Data (all Pictured) Is What Then Needs To Be Used To Complete Parts B-g Of Question 1. Picture 1 (Table 3b.1): Character States.
Explore books by William Duellman with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ ANIMAL SYSTEMATICS (CLASSIFICATION) Following groups used in animal classification: 1. Monophyletic Groups: The groups showing similarities due to single ancestors are called monophyletic groups. The classification based on monophyletic groups is called monophyletic classification. This classification show evolutionary relationship. The species should have single ancestral species. Lee, J.C. () The amphibians and reptiles of the Yucatán Peninsula.: Comstock, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, pp. Loveridge, Arthur () East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National Museum.: Bull. As a part of a study of the herpetofauna of the Mexican state of Michoacán an attempt was made to ascertain the interspecific and intraspecific relationships of the various populations of Pituophis there. Field work in Michoacán revealed that two supposed subspecies of Pituophis deppei were sympatri.