Cyrtodactylus mandalayensis MAHONY, 2009
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Cyrtodactylus mandalayensis?
|Higher Taxa||Gekkonidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards: geckos)|
|Synonym||Cyrtodactylus mandalayensis MAHONY 2009|
Gymnodactylus khasiensis: M. A. SMITH 1935: 53 (part)
Type locality: Mogok (17°34’0”N, 95°5’0”E, 1,170 m elevation), on the River Ayeyarwadi, north-east of Mandalay, in the Pyin Oo Lwin District, Mandalay Division of northern Myanmar
|Types||Holotype: BMNH 1900.9.20.1, immature? male. Collected by H. Hampton, Esquire.|
|Diagnosis||Diagnosis: This species is diagnosable from all congenerics by the following combi- nation of characters: SVL 61.7 mm; 5 precloa- cal pores in a continuous angular series with a single additional enlarged pored scale bordering posterior to the apex of the series angle; pore- bearing scales of the continuous series slightly enlarged relative to anteriorly adjacent ventrals; a distinct patch of slightly enlarged scales be- tween the pore-bearing scales and cloaca; cloa- cal groove, enlarged femorals and enlarged transverse subcaudals absent; 3–4 post cloacal spurs; 32 midventral scale rows; 18 longitudi- nal, non-linear rows of enlarged tubercles mid- dorsally; 18 complete lamellae under the 4th digit of the pes and dorsal body pattern consist- ing of irregular dark brown blotches on a pale brown background [from MAHONY 2009].|
|Etymology||Etymology.– The specific epithet is an adjective referring to Mandalay, the political division in which the holotype was collected.|
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