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Emoia pallidiceps (DE VIS, 1890)

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Higher TaxaScincidae, Eugongylinae, Scincoidea, Sauria, Squamata (lizards) 
SubspeciesEmoia pallidiceps mehelyi (WERNER 1899)
Emoia pallidiceps pallidiceps (DE VIS 1890) 
Common NamesDe Vis' Emo Skink 
SynonymEmoa pallidiceps DE VIS 1890: 497
Emoia pallidiceps — SMITH 1937: 227
Emoia mehelyi WERNER — SMITH 1937: 227
Emoia pallidiceps — GREER 1974: 20
Emoia pallidiceps — MYS 1988: 136
Emoia pallidiceps — ADLER, AUSTIN & DUDLEY 1995
Emoia pallidiceps — GOLDBERG & KRAUS 2008

Emoia pallidiceps mehelyi (WERNER 1899)
Lygosoma mehelyi WERNER 1899
Emoia pallidiceps mehelyi — READ 1998 
DistributionPapua New Guinea, Irian Jaya (Indonesia), Bismarck Archipelago

Type locality: Mafulu, Central Province, Papua New Guinea

mehelyi: Type locality: “Deutsch-Neuguinea”, Friedrich-Wilhelmshafen [= NE part of Papua New Guinea, Madang District]; Type locality: “Stephansort (=Bogadjim), Madang District, Papua New Guinea” fide BROWN 1991. Map legend:
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NOTE: TDWG regions are generated automatically from the text in the distribution field and not in every cases it works well. We are working on it.
 
Reproductionoviparous 
TypesNeotype: AMNH 59187
Syntype ZMH R04424 (formerly no. 4090), vend. WERNER, Jan. 15, 1915: 1 [mehelyi] 
CommentDistribution: not listed for the Solomon Islands (Bougainville Island) by McCoy 2015 although the species was listed by SMITH 1937. 
EtymologyNamed after Latin “pallidus” = pale or yellow(ish) and “-ceps”, short suffix for “caput” = head. 
References
  • Adler,G.H.; Austin,C.C. & Dudley,R. 1995. Dispersal and speciation of skinks among archipelagos in the tropical Pacific Ocean. Evolutionary Ecology 9: 529-541 - get paper here
  • Brown W C 1991. Lizards of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) with observations on their evolution and biogeography. MEMOIRS OF THE CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (No. 15) 1991: i-vi, 1-94 - get paper here
  • Brown W C; Allison A 1986. A new lizard of the genus Emoia (Scincidae) from Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. Occasional Papers BERNICE P. BISHOP MUSEUM 26 [1986]: 47-51
  • De Vis, C. W. 1890. Reptiles from New Guinea. Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. W. (2) 5: 497-500 - get paper here
  • Goldberg, S.R. & Kraus, F. 2008. Notes on reproduction in five species of Emoia (Squamata: Scincidae) from Papua New Guinea. Salamandra 44 (1): 54-58 - get paper here
  • Greer, A.E. 1974. The generic relationships of the scincid lizard genus Leiolopisma and its relatives. Australian Journal of Zoology 31: 1-67. - get paper here
  • McCoy, M. 2015. A Field Guide to the Reptiles of the Solomon Islands. Michael McCoy, Kuranda - get paper here
  • Mys, Benoit 1988. The zoogeography of the scincid lizards from North Papua New Guinea (Reptilia: Scincidae). I. The distribution of the species. Bull. Inst. Roy. Sci. Nat. Belgique (Biologie) 58: 127-183
  • Read, John L. 1998. Reptiles and amphibians of the Kau Wildlife Area near Madang: a valuable conservation resource. Science in New Guinea 23 (3): 145-152
  • Smith,M.A. 1937. A review of the genus Lygosoma (Scincidae: Reptilia) and its allies. Records of the Indian Museum 39 (3): 213-234
 
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