Coleonyx fasciatus (BOULENGER, 1885)
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Coleonyx fasciatus?
|Higher Taxa||Eublepharidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards: geckos)|
|Common Names||E: Black Banded Gecko|
|Synonym||Eublepharis fasciatus BOULENGER 1885: 234|
Coleonyx fasciatus — TAYLOR 1935: 203
Coleonyx fasciatus — WERMUTH 1965: 19
Coleonyx fasciatus — KLUGE 1993
Coleonyx fasciatus — RÖSLER 2000: 63
Coleonyx fasciatus — SEUFER et al. 2005
|Distribution||Mexico (Sonora, Sinaloa, Cananea, Navojoa, Culiacan, Mazatla)|
Type locality: Ventanas, Durango, Mexico. Map legend:
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|Comment||Has been considered a subspecies of C. variegatus, although it is more closely related to C. brevis (Grismer 1997).|
Diagnosis: A species without dorsal tubercles, differing in this respect from elegans and mitratus. Prom breYis and all subspecies of yariegatus it differs in being without enIarged postnasals. and in having more robust limbs and digits. It has three, instead of four or more, dark dorsal bands between limb insertions, and the bands are much darker - being black or almost black than in any brevis or variegatus [from KLAUBER 1945: 182].
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