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Anolis apletolepis KÖHLER & HEDGES, 2016

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Higher TaxaDactyloidae, Iguania, Sauria, Squamata (lizards) 
Common Names 
SynonymAnolis apletolepis KÖHLER & HEDGES 2016: 110
Anolis aliniger — WILLIAMS 1965: 9
Anolis aliniger — SCHWARTZ & THOMAS 1975 (in part.)
Anolis aliniger — SCHWARTZ 1980 (in part.)
Anolis aliniger — HENDERSON & INCHAUSTEGUI 1984 (in part.)
Anolis aliniger —HENDERSON & SCHWARTZ 1984
Anolis aliniger — SCHWARTZ & HENDERSON 1988 (in part.)
Anolis aliniger — SCHWARTZ & HENDERSON 1991 (in part.)
Anolis aliniger — POWELL et al. 1996 (in part.)
Anolis aliniger — HENDERSON & POWELL 2009 (in part.) 
DistributionSE Haiti (La Selle mountain range), Dominican Republic (W Sierra de Bahoruco), 1575-1840 m elevation

Type locality: Furcy, at Lodge (18.42037, -72.29777), 1575 m, Massif de la Selle, Département de l’Ouest, Haiti  
TypesHolotype. SMF 98133, an adult male; collected 22 November 2009 by S. Blair Hedges. Field tag number USNM FS (field series) 268696.
Paratypes. MCZ 190696, La Visite National Park (18.33186, -72.28701), 1840 m, Département de l’Ouest, Haiti, collected 19 August 2009 by Luke Mahler. USNM 558684 (KJ566817, EF531484), Furcy (18.42793, -72.27962), 1665 m, Département de l’Ouest, Haiti, collected 22 May 1991 by S. Blair Hedges, Richard Thomas, Nicholas Plummer, and Manuel Leal. USNM 286908 (KJ566814), Gros Cheval, ca. 15 km W of, via logging roads, northeast slope of Pic La Selle, Département Sud’Est, Haiti, collected 18 November 1984 by S. Blair Hedges and Richard Thomas. 
CommentDistribution: see map in KÖHLER & HEDGES 2016: 85 (Fig. 59). 
EtymologyThe name apletolepis is a composite noun in apposition derived from apleto (Greek for “large”) and lepis (Greek for “scale”) referring to the enlarged scales on the anterior surface of thigh. 
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