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Ameivula cipoensis ARIAS, CARVALHO, ZAHER & RODRIGUES, 2014

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Higher TaxaTeiidae, Teiinae, Gymnophthalmoidea, Sauria, Squamata (lizards) 
Common Names 
SynonymAmeivula cipoensis ARIAS, CARVALHO, ZAHER & RODRIGUES 2014 
DistributionBrazil (Minas Gerais)

Type locality: Brazil, state of Minas Gerais, Parque Nacional da Serra do Cipo ́ , 19°17’24’’S, 43°32’55.1’’W, elevation 1170 m.  
TypesHolotype: MZUSP 103274, field number MRT 19611, adult male, M. T. Rodrigues, R. Recoder, M. Teixeira, Jr., J. Cassimiro, M. A. Sena, H. Bonfim, and S. Teixeira, 20 November 2010.
Paratypes.—MZUSP 103264, female, field number MTR 19643, 19u17933.30S, 43u35925.50W; MZUSP 103265, female, field number MTR 19667, 19u20957.00S, 43u37907.70W; MZUSP 103266, male, field number MTR 19684, 19u1791.110S, 43u39934.560W; MZUSP 103267, female, field number MTR 19580, 19u19911.70S, 43u32921.80W; MZUSP 103268, male; MZUSP 103269, female; MZUSP 103670, male, field numbers MTR 19584, 19585, 19586, respectively, 19u19904.70S, 43u32913.50W; MZUSP 103272, juvenile, field number MTR 19609, 19u17924.60S, 43u32955.10W; MZUSP 103273, female, field number MRT 19610, 19u179240S, 43u32955.10W; MZUSP 103275, juvenile, field number MTR 20264, 19u21919.40S, 43u37906.70W; MZUSP 103276, male, field number MTR 20282, 19u21912.20S, 43u37906.10W; MZUSP 103277, male, field number MTR 20288, 19u21912.20S, 43u37906.10W; MZUSP 103278, male, field number MTR 20334, 19u21919.40S, 43u37906.70W; MZUSP 103279, male, field number MTR 20335, 19u21919.40S, 43u37906.70W; MZUSP 103280, male, field number MTR 20377, 19u17924.60S, 43u32955.10W; M. T. Rodrigues, R. Recoder, M. Teixeira, Jr., J. Cassimiro, M. A. Sena, H. Bonfim, and S. Teixeira, 19–22 November 2010. All paratypes with the same locality data as for the holotype. 
EtymologyThe specific name ‘‘cipoensis’’ refers to the type locality, Serra do Cipó. 
  • Arias, Federico Jose, Mauro Teixeira Junior, Renato Sousa Recoder, Celso Morato de Carvalho, Hussam Zaher and Miguel Trefault Rodrigues. 2014. Whiptail lizards in South America: A new Ameivula (Aquamata, Teiidae) from Planalto dos Gerais, Eastern Brazilian Cerrado. Amphibia-Reptilia 35 (2): 227-242 - get paper here
  • Arias, Federico; Celso Morato de Carvalho, Hussam Zaher, and Miguel Trefaut Rodrigues 2014. A New Species of Ameivula (Squamata, Teiidae) from Southern Espinhaço Mountain Range, Brazil. Copeia 2014 (1): 95–105 - get paper here
  • Moura, F.R. & Cruz, A.J.D.R. 2017. Geographic Distribution: Ameivula cipoensis. Herpetological Review 48 (4): 810
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