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Liolaemus villaricensis MÜLLER & HELLMICH, 1932

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Higher TaxaLiolaemidae, Iguania, Sauria, Squamata (lizards)
Common NamesE: Villarica Tree Iguana 
SynonymLiolaemus monticola villaricensis MÜLLER & HELLMICH 1932: 189
Liolaemus monticola villaricensis — HELLMICH 1938: 246
Liolaemus (Liolaemus) chillanensis villaricensis — PINCHEIRA-DONOSO & NÚÑEZ 2005: 279
Liolaemus villaricensis — LOBO 2005
Liolaemus villaricensis — LOBO et al. 2010
Liolaemus villaricensis — DEMANGEL 2016 
DistributionS Chile

Type locality: Volcán Villarica, 1400 m, Südchile  
TypesHolotype: ZSM 64/1931, female 
CommentSpecies group: LOBO (2001) suggests the following monophyletic species groups within Liolaemus: alticolor, altissimus, gravenhorstii, hellmichi, kriegi, leopardinus, monticola, nigromaculatus, nigroviridis, pictus and tenuis. 
EtymologyNamed after the type locality. 
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  • Lamborot, M. 1998. A new derived and highly polymorphic chromosomal race of Liolaemus monticola (Iguanidae) from the 'North Chico' of Chile. Chromosome Research 6(4):247-254
  • Lamborot,M. & Alvarez-Sarret,E. 1993. Karyotypic variation within and between populations of Liolaemus monticola (Tropiduridae) separated by the Maipo River in the coastal range of central Chile. Herpetologica 49 (4): 435-449 - get paper here
  • Lobo, F. 2005. Las relaciones filogenéticas dentro del grupo chiliensis (Iguania: Liolaemidae: Liolaemus): sumando nuevos caracteres y taxones. Acta Zoológica Lilloana 49, 67–89
  • Lobo, F.; Espinoza, R.E. and S. Quinteros 2010. A critical review and systematic discussion of recent classification proposals for liolaemid lizards. Zootaxa 2549: 1–30 - get paper here
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