Cyrtodactylus slowinskii BAUER, 2002
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Cyrtodactylus slowinskii?
|Higher Taxa||Gekkonidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards: geckos)|
|Synonym||Cyrtodactylus slowinskii BAUER 2002: 79|
Cyrtodactylus slowinskii— AGARWAL et al. 2018
|Distribution||Myanmar (= Burma)|
Type locality: Sunthaik Chaung (tributary to Hkaungdin Chaung), Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park, Monywa District, Sagaing Division, Myanmar (22° 18'48.S"N, 94°24'29.0"E).
|Types||Holotype: CAS 210214, adult male; paratypes: CAS, USNM|
|Diagnosis||DEFINITION. A large sized Cyrtodactylus, snout-vent length to 108 mm; body relatively slender, digits long; one pair of enlarged postmen ta I scales, in broad contact with one another; 19-22 rows of flattened, weakly-keeled tubercles; 27-32 ventral scales between weakly-developed vcntrolateral folds; no precloacal groove, 9 precloacal pores (in holotype) in a single series in males only, 11 femoral pores (in holotype) on each thigh, separated by a diastema from precloacal pores. Six widened subdigital lamellae beneath basal phalanx of 4th toe of pes, 13 narrow lamellae beneath more distal phalanges of same toes. Subcaudal scalation with single series of enlarged midventral plates. Dorsal pattern of 6-8 paired, dark, dorsal blotches between nape and sacrum; tail banded brown and white (Bauer 2002: 80).|
|Etymology||Named after Joseph Bruno Slowinski (1963-2001), American herpetologist, who died from snakebite at age 38. For an obituary see Donnelly & Crother 2003. For more biographical details see James (2008).|