Anadia escalerae MYERS, RIVAS & JADIN, 2009
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Anadia escalerae?
|Higher Taxa||Gymnophthalmidae (Cercosaurinae), Sauria, Gymnophthalmoidea, Squamata (lizards)|
|Synonym||Anadia escalerae MYERS, FUENMAYOR & JADIN 2009|
Anadia cf. escalerae — KOK et al. 2013
|Distribution||Venezuela (Bolívar), Guyana|
Type locality: La Escalera region, ‘‘132 km SE Río Cuyuní (5 46 km SE km 88) on road to Santa Elena, 1430 m elevation,’’ Edo. Bolívar, Venezuela. Map legend:
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|Types||Holotype: EBRG 1998, an adult female, Museo de la Estación Biológica de Rancho Grande, collected by John E. Cadle, December 30, 1980.|
|Comment||Distribution: The record from Guyana by KOK et al. 2013 is based on an enigmatic specimen collected in the Pakaraima Mountain Range and provisionally referred to Anadia escalerae. It is also the easternmost known record for an Anadia species.|
|Etymology||ETYMOLOGY: The specific name, a latinized noun in the genitive case, is derived from La Escalera, a well-known regional name for the steep ascent up the slope of Sierra de Lema to the northern edge of the elevated Gran Sabana, on the road from El Dorado to Santa Elena de Uairén.|
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