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Ameiva reticulata LANDAURO, GARCÍA-BRAVO & VENEGAS, 2015

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Higher TaxaTeiidae, Teiinae, Gymnophthalmoidea, Sauria, Squamata (lizards) 
Subspecies 
Common Names 
SynonymAmeiva reticulata LANDAURO, GARCÍA-BRAVO & VENEGAS 2015 
DistributionPeru (Tayacaja)

Type locality: Valle Seco del Mantaro (12°5'26.916''S, 74°41'55.968''W, WGS 84) at 1411 m. elevation, District of Surcubamba, Province of Tayacaja, Region of Huancavelica, Peru Map legend:
Type locality - Type locality.
 
Reproduction 
TypesHolotype. CORBIDI 08816 (Figs. 1–2), an adult male collected on 31 July 2010 by A. García.
Paratypes. A total of 35 specimens, all from the Province of Tayacaja, Region of Huancavelica, Peru: one adult male (CORBIDI 1095) from Barropata (12°17'34.812''S, 74°40'58.826''W, WGS 84), at 1528 m.a.s.l., District of Surcubamba, collected on 28 April 2008 by C.Z. Landauro; one adult male (CORBIDI 9919) from Intivilca (12°19' 51.4''S, 74° 37'53.1''W, WGS 84) at 2238 m.a.s.l., District of Colcabamba, collected on 04 April 2011 by D. Amaya; one adult male (CORBIDI 9917) and three adult females (CORBIDI 9918, 9920, 9921) from Jatuspata (12°15'1.2''S, 74°41'33.6''W, WGS 84) at 2609 m.a.s.l., District of Surcubamba, collected on 07 April 2011 by D. Amaya; four adult males (CORBIDI 10084, 10086, 10090, 10092), four juvenile males (CORBIDI 10081, 10082, 10087, 10094), seven adult females (CORBIDI 10075, 10076, 10078, 10085, 10088, 10089, 10093) and five juvenile females (CORBIDI 10077, 10079, 10080, 10083, 10091), all from Valle Seco del Mantaro (12°5'43.073''S, 74°42'45.002'' W, WGS 84) at 1180 m.a.s.l., District of Surcubamba, collected on 01 and 02 November 2011 by A. Urbay and C.Z. Landauro; one adult female (CORBIDI 13623) from Campamento Limonal (12°14'5.184'' S, 74°41'52.100'' W, WGS 84) at 1438 m.a.s.l., District of Surcubamba, collected on 31 August 2013 by A. Escóbar; eight specimens from Pichiu District of Colcabamba: one juvenile (CORBIDI 13622) at 1974 m.a.s.l. (12°20'9.890'' S, 74°39'26.755'' W, WGS 84), collected on 10 September 2013 by C.Z. Landauro; two juveniles (CORBIDI 13620, 13621) at 2003 m.a.s.l. (12°19'53.815'' S, 74°39'6.943'' W, WGS 84), collected on 11 September 2013 by C.Z. Landauro; one adult male (CORBIDI 13625) and one adult female (CORBIDI 13628) at 2169 m.a.s.l. (12°19'15.902'' S, 74°38'51.498'' W, WGS 84), collected on 14 September 2013 by A. Escóbar; one adult female (CORBIDI 13629) at 2169 m.a.s.l. (12°19'32.913'' S, 74°39'5.017'' W, WGS 84), collected on 15 September 2013 by A. Escóbar; one adult male (CORBIDI 13626) and one adult female (CORBIDI 13624) at 1868 m.a.s.l (12°21'48.634'' S, 74°37'27.249'' W, WGS 84), collected on 18 September 2013 by A. Escóbar. 
Comment 
EtymologyThe specific epithet is an adjective derived from the latin word “reticulatus” meaning “net-like” and refers to the soft net-like dorsal pattern of this species. 
References
  • LANDAURO, CAROLL Z.; ANTONIO GARCÍA-BRAVO & PABLO J. VENEGAS 2015. An endemic new species of Ameiva (Squamata: Teiidae) from an isolated dry forest in southern Peru. Zootaxa 3946 (3): 387–400
 
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