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Phymaturus camilae SCOLARO, JARA & PINCHEIRA-DONOSO, 2013

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Higher TaxaLiolaemidae, Iguania, Sauria, Squamata (lizards) 
Common NamesE: Camila’s Patagonian Rocky Lizard
S: Matuasto de Camila 
SynonymPhymaturus camilae SCOLARO, JARA & PINCHEIRA-DONOSO 2013 
DistributionArgentina (Patagonia: Chubut)

Type locality: volcanic rocky outcrops (1100 m elevation) of Sacanana stream bridge, adjacent to Provincial Road 4, (42°27'55.4”S, 68°43'33.3”W), Chubut Province, Argentina.  
TypesHolotype: MLP R. 5786, adult male. Collected by J.A. Scolaro and O.F. Tappari, 05 February 2010.
Paratypes: MLP-R. 
EtymologyThe species is named after Camila Antonia, the daughter of DPD. 
  • Minoli I, Morando M, Avila LJ 2015. Reptiles of Chubut province, Argentina: richness, diversity, conservation status and geographic distribution maps. ZooKeys 498: 103-126. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.498.7476 - get paper here
  • SCOLARO, J. ALEJANDRO; MANUEL JARA, DANIEL PINCHEIRA-DONOSO 2013. The sexual signals of speciation? A new sexually dimorphic Phymaturus species of the patagonicus clade from Patagonia Argentina. Zootaxa 3722 (3): 317–332 - get paper here
  • Scolaro, José Alejandro; Valeria Corbalán, Osvaldo Fabián Tappari and Lorena Obregón Streitenberger 2016. LIZARDS AT THE END OF THE WORLD: A NEW MELANIC SPECIES OF PHYMATURUS OF THE PATAGONICUS CLADE FROM ROCKY OUTCROPS IN THE NORTHWESTERN STEPPE OF CHUBUT PROVINCE, PATAGONIA ARGENTINA (REPTILIA: IGUANIA: LIOLAEMIDAE) Boletín del Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, Chile, 65: 137-152
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