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Heliobolus nitidus (GÜNTHER, 1872)

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Higher TaxaLacertidae, Sauria, Lacertoidea, Squamata (lizards) 
SubspeciesHeliobolus nitidus garambensis (SCHMIDT 1919)
Heliobolus nitidus nitidus (GÜNTHER 1872)
Heliobolus nitidus quadrinasalis (CHABANAUD 1918) 
Common NamesGlittering sand lizard 
SynonymEremias nitida GÜNTHER 1872: 381
Eremias nitida — STERNFELD 1917
Eremias nitida — PAPENFUSS 1969: 296
Lampreremias nitida nitida — SZCZERBAK 1989
Heliobolus nitida — RÖDEL et al. 1997
Heliobolus nitidus — CHIRIO & INEICH 2006
Heliobolus nitidus — TRAPE, CHIRIO & TRAPE 2012
Heliobolus nitidus — SPAWLS et al 2018: 198

Heliobolus nitidus garambensis (SCHMIDT 1919)
Eremias nitida garambensis SCHMIDT 1919: 511
Eremias nitida garambensis — WITTE 1933
Heliobolus nitida garambensis — ARNOLD 1989
Lampreremias nitida garambensis — SZCZERBAK 1989
Heliobolus nitidus garambensis — CHIRIO & LEBRETON 2007

Heliobolus nitidus quadrinasalis (CHABANAUD, 1918)
Eremias quadrinasalis CHABANAUD 1918: 108
Eremias (Lampreremias) nitida quadrinasalis — WITTE & LAURENT 1942: 176
Heliobolus nitidus quadrinasalis — BISCHOFF 1991 
DistributionN Nigeria, Togo, Benin, N Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire), Central African Republic, Chad, Ivory Coast, Guinea (Conakry), Cameroon (garambensis; fide Monard 1951), Benin, Burkina Faso, Niger, W Uganda

Type locality: western Africa

garambensis: Zaire, Central African Republic, Cameroon; Type locality: Garamba, Zaire.

quadrinasalis: Chad; Type locality: [mission Chevalier-Decorse ao Chari-Tchad. “Fort Arschambo, Chad” fide SZCZERBAK 1989;  
Reproductionoviparous 
TypesHolotype: unlocated
Holotype: MNHN [quadrinasalis]
Holotype: AMNH R10686 [garambensis] 
CommentType species: Eremias nitida GÜNTHER 1872 is the type species of the genus Lampreremias BOULENGER 1918 
References
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  • Böhme, Wolfgang, Mark-Oliver Rödel, Christian Brede & Philipp Wagner 2011. The reptiles (Testudines, Squamata, Crocodylia) of the forested southeast of the Republic Guinea (Guinée forestière), with a country-wide checklist. Bonn zoological Bulletin 60 (1): 35-61 - get paper here
  • Chabanaud,P. 1918. Étude complémentaire de deux Agama de l'Afrique occidentale et description de quatre espèces nouvelles de reptiles de la même région. Bull. Mus. nation. Hist. nat. Paris 24: 104-112
  • Chirio, L. 2009. Inventaire des reptiles de la région de la Réserve de Biosphère Transfrontalière du W (Niger/Bénin/Burkina Faso: Afrique de l’Ouest). [Herpetological survey of the W Transfrontier Biosphere Reserve area (Niger/Benin/Burkina Faso: West Africa]. Bull. Soc. Herp. France (132): 13-41 - get paper here
  • Chirio, L. & Lebreton, M. 2007. Atlas des reptiles du Cameroun. MNHN, IRD, Paris 688 pp.
  • Chirio, Laurent and Ivan Ineich 2006. Biogeography of the reptiles of the Central African Republic. African Journal of Herpetology 55(1):23-59. - get paper here
  • Günther, A. 1872. Description of three new species of Eremias. Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (4) 9: 381-382 - get paper here
  • Monard, A. 1951. Résultants de la mission zoologique suisse au Cameroun. Reptiles. Mém. IFAN, Dakkar, ser. sci. nat. 1: 123- 170.
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  • Schmidt, Karl Patterson 1919. Contributions to the Herpetology of the Belgian Congo based on the Collection of the American Congo Expedition, 1909-1915. Part I: turtles, crocodiles, lizards, and chamaeleons. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 39 (2): 385-624 - get paper here
  • Segniagbeto, Gabriel Hoinsoude; Jean-François Trape, Komlan M. Afiademanyo, Mark-Oliver Rödel, Annemarie Ohler, Alain Dubois, Patrick David, Danny Meirte, Isabelle Adolé Glitho, Fabio Petrozzi, and Luca Luiselli 2015. Checklist of the lizards of Togo (West Africa), with comments on systematics, distribution, ecology, and conservation. Zoosystema 37 (2): 381-402 - get paper here
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