Phrynocephalus clarkorum ANDERSON & LEVITON, 1967
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Phrynocephalus clarkorum?
|Higher Taxa||Agamidae (Agaminae), Sauria, Iguania, Squamata (lizards)|
|Synonym||Phrynocephalus clarkorum ANDERSON & LEVITON 1967|
Phrynocephalus clarkorum — KHAN 1999
Phrynocephalus clarkorum — BARABANOV & ANANJEVA 2007: 40
Phrynocephalus (Phrynocephalus) clarkorum — SINDACO & JEREMČENKO 2008
Phrynocephalus (Microphrynocephalus) clarkorum — SOLOVYEVA et al. 2014
Type locality: Type locality: “20 miles southeast of Kandahar, Afghanistan, 31º20' N, 65º50' E”.
|Types||Holotype: CAS 97989|
|Comment||Not listed by BARTS & WILMS (1997). Its presence in Iran has not been confirmed (Anderson, 1999).|
|Etymology||Named after Dr. Richard J. Clark and His wife, Erica D. Clark. Richard was an American zoologist, herpetologist, and ornithologist who retired (1998) from York College, Pennsylvania, where he was Professor of Biology. Erica is also a zoologist and both worked together and co-wrote "Report on a Collection of Amphibians and Reptiles from Turkey" (1973).|