Uma inornata COPE, 1895
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Uma inornata?
|Higher Taxa||Phrynosomatidae, Phrynosomatinae, Callisaurini; Iguania, Sauria, Squamata (lizards)|
|Common Names||E: Coachella Valley Fringe-toed Lizard|
|Synonym||Uma notata inornata COPE 1895: 939|
Uma inornata — STEBBINS 1985: 119
Uma inornata — CROTHER 2000: 54
Uma inornata — COLLINS & TAGGART 2009
Uma inornata — GOTTSCHO et al. 2016
|Distribution||USA (SE California: Coachella Valley, Riverside County)|
Type locality: "Colorado Desert, San Diego County, California" (in errore, doubtless from Riverside County, California fide HEIFETZ 1941).
|Types||Type: USNM 16500, lost (fide HEIFETZ 1941), collected by C.R. Orcutt.|
|Diagnosis||DIAGNOSIS. Abdomen immaculate. Similar to U. n. notata in all other characters. Gular markings like those of U. n. notata; usually three internasal rows; femoral pores 18 to 28; fringe scales on fourth toe 25 to 36; no reddish brown in dorsal pattern; dorsal ocelli arranged in semilineate pattern as in U. n. notata (from HEIFETZ 1941).|
|Comment||Cope (1895) described U. inornata from a single specimen. Not listed by Collins 1997. Trépanier & Murphy (2001) found that the preferred phylogeny had two primary clades: one consisting of U. scoparia and the other placing U. inornata inside the clade containing U. notata. Uma inornata was most closely related to nearby U. notata notata, as opposed to more distant U. notata rufopunctata.|
Distribution: see map in Gottscho et al. 2016: Fig. 1.