Cnemaspis pagai ISKANDAR, MCGUIRE & AMARASINGHE, 2017
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Cnemaspis pagai?
|Higher Taxa||Gekkonidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards: geckos)|
|Synonym||Cnemaspis pagai ISKANDAR, MCGUIRE & AMARASINGHE 2017|
|Distribution||Indonesia (Pagai Selatan Island, West Sumatra)|
Type locality: Bulasat Village, Pagai Selatan Island, West Sumatra, Indonesia, 34 m (03.07941°S, 100.29394°E),
|Types||Holotype. MZB 13004, Male, SVL 31.9 mm, collected on 2 July 2009 by J. A. McGuire and party.|
|Comment||Diagnosis. Cnemaspis pagai sp. nov. differs from all other Southeast Asian diminutive Cnemaspis in having the unique combination of a maximum SVL of 31.9 mm; each postmental bounded by three scales; dorsal scales keeled; four spine-like tubercles on flank; gular scales keeled; pectoral scales and abdominal scales keeled; ventral scales of thigh strongly keeled; two precloacal pores; three femoral pores on each side; subcaudals keeled, scales on median row enlarged and keeled; seven supralabials; 20 lamellae under fourth toe.|
Cnemaspis pagai sp. nov. is most similar to C. modiglianii, but it can be distinguished from this species (characters in parenthe- ses) by having three (4 or 5) femoral pores (on each side) in males, and 20 (16–18) lamellae under the fourth toe.
|Etymology||The specific epithet refers to the island in the Mentawai Archipelago of Western Sumatra Province that is inhabited by this species. The specific epithet is formed here as an invariable noun in apposition.|
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