|Comment||Phylogenetics: Singhal et al. 2018 found considerable paraphyly among A. gowi, brevicollis, and other members of Anomalopus. However, they did not propose any taxonomic implications.|
Morphology: digits: 0, toes: 0 (Limbless, Singhal et al. 2018, Cogger 2014)
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