Bronchocela burmana (BLANFORD, 1878)
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Bronchocela burmana?
|Higher Taxa||Agamidae (Draconinae), Sauria, Iguania, Squamata (lizards)|
|Common Names||E: Burmese Green crested lizard|
G: Burma-Langschwanzagame, Burma-Schönechse, Blutsaugeragame
|Synonym||Bronchocela burmana BLANFORD 1878: 127|
Bronchocela burmana — ZUG ET AL. 2017
|Distribution||S Myanmar (= Burma)|
Type locality: “...near Tavoy”
|Types||Holotype: ZSI 5337, adult|
|Diagnosis||Diagnosis. A Bronchocela lizard with a short nuchal crest of six to nine erect tri- angular crest scales; no middorsal crest of raised scales on trunk. Snout-vent length of adults range from 80 to 94 mm with tail length 240 to 360% of snout-vent length; limbs slender, forelimbs 42–52% of SVL, hindlimbs 86–97% of SVL; digits long and slender with third finger slightly longer than fourth finger, fourth toe distinctly longer that third toe; head medium sized (25–27% of SVL); head with distinct canthal ridge, narrow triangular shaped from dorsal view, length > width ≈ height and approximately 26 % of SVL; moderately large eye (OrbD/HeadL ~26–28%) and about twice diam- eter of tympanum (continuous with temporal surface) [Zug et al. 2017: 152].|
|Comment||Distribution: see map in Zug et al. 2017. Probably in nearby Thailand.|
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