Diploderma luei (OTA, CHEN & SHANG, 1998)
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Diploderma luei?
|Higher Taxa||Agamidae (Draconinae), Sauria, Iguania, Squamata (lizards)|
|Synonym||Japalura luei OTA, CHEN & SHANG 1998|
Japalura luei — MANTHEY 2010
Diploderma luei — WANG et al. 2018
Type locality: Mt. Taipingshan, Nanao Hsiang, Ilan Pref., Taiwan (24°31'N, 121°30'E, 1950-2000 m elevation.
|Types||Holotype: NTNUB 2235, an adult male collected on 5 September 1995, by S.-L. Chen. Paratypes. Five adult males (KUZ R32929-930, 32940, 32953, NMNS 2816), one immature male (KUZ R32939), all with same data as the holotype; one adult female (TM RL0425), collected from same locality as the holotype on 8 July 1996, by G. Shang.|
|Etymology||The specific epithet, luei, is a noun in the genitive singular case, and a patronym|
honoring Kuang-Yang Lue for his great contributions to the herpetology of Taiwan.