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Asaccus barani TORKI, AHMADZADEH, ILGAZ, AVCI & KUMLUTAS, 2011

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Higher TaxaPhyllodactylidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards: geckos) 
Subspecies 
Common Names 
SynonymAsaccus barani TORKI, AHMADZADEH, ILGAZ, AVCI & KUMLUTAS 2011
Asaccus elisae — DIXON & ANDERSON 1973
Asacus [sic] elisae — BARAN & GRUBER 1982
Asaccus elisae — ARNOLD & GARDNER 1994
Asaccus elisae — TOK et al. 1997
Asaccus elisae — FRANZEN et al. 2002)
Asaccus elisae — TOK et al. 2002
Asaccus elisae — BARAN et al. 2003
Asaccus elisae — TORKI et al. 2008 
DistributionTurkey (SE Anatolia)

Type locality: Harran, Sanlıurfa, Southeastern Anatolia, Turkey, 36°51′N, 39° 00′ E, 380-390 m elevation. Map legend:
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Reproduction 
TypesHolotype: ZDEU 70/2001-1, an adult male collected on 31 April 200 by I. Baran, Y. Kum-lutas ̧, Ç. Ilgaz and A. Avcı. 
Comment 
Etymologynamed after Professor Ibrahim Baran of the University of Dokuz Eylül, Izmir, to acknowledge his prolific and uninterrupted contribution to the herpetology of Turkey. 
References
  • Torki, F.; Ahmadzadeh, F.; Ilgaz, C.; Avci, A. & Kumlutas, Y. 2011. Description of four new Asaccus Dixon and Anderson, 1973 (Reptilia: Phyllodactylidae) from Iran and Turkey. Amphibia-Reptilia 32 (2): 185-202 - get paper here
 
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