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Go to: main text of page main navigation local menu. Type locality: 8. Echternacht rejected subspecies of A. Most authors seem to have followed him. Check List 10 4 : - get paper here Bauer, A. An annotated type catalogue of the teiid and microteiid lizards in the Zoological Museum, Berlin Reptilia: Squamata: Teiidae and Gymnophthalmidae. Berlin Bocourt, M. Etudes sur les Reptiles. Recherches Zoologiques. Catalogue of the lizards in the British Museum Natural History. Notes on some collections of reptiles and amphibians from Nicaragua.
Herpetologica Duration of movement as a lizard foraging movement variable. Herpetologica 61 4 : - get paper here Cope, E. Philadelphia Amphibians and reptiles of the rainforest of Southern El Peten, Guatemala. Kansas Publ. A new race of Ameiva festiva from Colombia.
Notulae Naturae, Acad. Reptilia and Batrachia. Zootaxa 1— - get paper here Henderson, C. University of Texas Press, Austin, pp. Johnson, Jerry D.
The Herpetofauna of Chiapas, Mexico: composition, distribution, and conservation. Mesoamerican Herpetology 2 3 : — Herpeton Verlag, Offenbach, pp. Reptiles of Central America. Herpeton-Verlag, pp. Lattanzio, Matthew S. Temporal and ontogenetic variation in the escape response of Ameiva festiva Squamata: Teiidae. Phyllomedusa 13 1 : Lee, J. A field guide to the amphibians and reptiles of the Maya world. Comstock, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, pp. Lichtenstein, H. Nomenclator reptilium et amphibiorum Musei Zoologici Berolinensis.
Phyllomedusa 4 1 : - get paper here McCranie, James R. A checklist of the amphibians and reptiles of Honduras, with additions, comments on taxonomy, some recent taxonomic decisions, and areas of further studies needed. Zootaxa 3 : — - get paper here McCranie, James R.
The Lizards, Crocodiles, and Turtles of Honduras. Systematics, Distribution, and Conservation. Caldasia 35 1 : - get paper here Mendenhall, Chase D.
Ehrlich, Gerardo Ceballos, Gretchen C. Daily, and Robert M. Pringle Countryside biogeography of Neotropical reptiles and amphibians. Herpetofaunal expedition to Parque Nacional Patuca: a newly established park in Honduras.
Herpetological Bulletin 72 : Amphibians and reptiles from two localities in the northern Andes of Colombia. Check List 13 4 : - get paper here Savage, J. University of Chicago Press, pp. The abundance and diversity of the herpetofaunas of tropical forest litter. Habitat selection of two sympatric species of Ameiva in East Costa Rica. Acta Herpetologica 7 2 : - get paper here Smith, Hobart M. A summary of Mexican lizards of the genus Ameiva.
Kansas Sci. Wilson, and J. An updated list of the amphibians and reptiles of Honduras, with comments on their nomenclature. Mesoamerican Herpetology 1: — - get paper here Stuart, L. A contribution to a knowledge of the herpetology of a portion of the savanna region of Central Peten, Guatemala. Comments on the herpetofauna of the Sierra de los Cuchumatanes of Guatemala. The amphibians and reptiles of Alta Verapaz Guatamala. An updated checklist of the amphibians and reptiles of Nicaragua.
Mesoamerican Herpetology 1 2 : — Herpetological Review 49 3 : - get paper here Taylor, E. A review of the lizards of Costa Rica. The reptiles and amphibians of Monteverde [Costa Rica].
Center, 32 pp. Vitt, Laurie J. Ecology of the lizard Ameiva festiva Teiidae in southeastern Nicaragua. Journal of Herpetology 30 1 : - get paper here Wirth, Michael Share with others: Tweet Please submit feedback about this entry to the curator. Reptarium The Reptile Database. Can you confirm these amateur observations of Holcosus festivus? Is it interesting? Share with others:. Web pages and scripting Jiri Hosek.
The name festivus is Latin for gay, joyous, or merry, and was apparently used in reference to the bright color pattern of this species McCranie Draco 12 45 : - get paper here.
Central American Ameiva Lizard (Ameiva festiva)
Holcosus festivus , commonly known as the Middle American ameiva , Central American whiptail , or tiger ameiva , is a species of whiptail lizard endemic to Central America and northern South America. A similar species is Holcosus quadrilineatus. Juveniles have metallic-blue tails. Three subspecies are recognized, including the nominotypical subspecies. Nota bene : A taxon author binomial authority or trinomial authority in parentheses indicates that the taxon species or subspecies was originally described in a different genus in this case, a genus other than Holcosus.
British Herpetological Society
The Herpetological Journal is the Society's prestigious quarterly scientific journal. A total of 51 individuals were captured using drift fences with pitfall and funnel traps. With equal sampling efforts across sites, 19 individuals were caught along a gap within secondary forest, 29 individuals were caught at a grassland site and three specimens were caught in primary forest. The proportion of immature individuals differed significantly among sampling sites in the three habitats, whereas sex ratio did not. Snout-vent length did not differ between sexes or habitats. The chigger mite Eutrombicula alfreddugesi was the only ecto-parasite found to infest A.