Aprasia picturata SMITH & HENRY, 1999
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Aprasia picturata?
|Higher Taxa||Pygopodidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards)|
|Synonym||Aprasia picturata SMITH & HENRY 1999|
Abilaena picturata — WELLS 2007
Aprasia picturata — WILSON & SWAN 2010
|Distribution||Australia (Western Australia)|
Type locality: 35 km E of Leonora in latitutde 28° 57’ 15” S, longitude 121° 47’ 23” E.
|Types||Holotype: WAM R126998|
|Diagnosis||Diagnosis: In colouration Aprasia picturata is most like Aprasia smithi in having a black head but differs from it by lacking white lips and a black tip to the tail and having a rich orange-brown rather than yellowish-brown back. With five upper labials, a postocular (albeit small), 14 midbody scale rows and the first labial fused to the nasal anterior to the nostril A. picturata is most like A. rostrata. Both species also have a beaked rostral but A. rostrata is pale brown on the back.|
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