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Phrynocephalus raddei BOETTGER, 1888

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Higher TaxaAgamidae (Agaminae), Sauria, Iguania, Squamata (lizards)
SubspeciesPhrynocephalus raddei boettgeri VON BEDRIAGA 1906
Phrynocephalus raddei raddei BOETTGER 1888 
Common Names 
SynonymPhrynocephalus raddei BOETTGER 1888: 262
Phrynocephalus reticulatus EICHWALD 1831 (fide KHALIKOV, pers. comm.)
Phrynocephalus raddei var. bilkewitschi NIKOLSKY 1915: 194
Phrynocephalus reticulatus boettgeri — LANGERWERF 1980
Phrynocephalus raddei — ANDERSON 1999
Phrynocephalus raddei — MACEY et al. 2000
Phrynocephalus (Phrynocephalus) raddei — BARABANOV & ANANJEVA 2007
Phrynocephalus raddei — SINDACO & JEREMČENKO 2008
Phrynocephalus raddei raddei BOETTGER 1888
Phrynocephalus raddei — NASRABADI et al. 2017

Phrynocephalus raddei boettgeri VON BEDRIAGA 1906
Phrynocephalus raddei var. boettgeri BEDRIAGA In NIKOLSKY 1905: 468
Phrynocephalus raddei var. zardunyi NIKOLSKY 1915: 194
Phrynocephalus raddei boettgeri — SINDACO & JEREMČENKO 2008
Phrynocephalus raddei boettgeri — MILTO & BARABANOV 2012
Phrynocephalus raddei boettgeri — ANANJEVA et al. 2020 
DistributionS Turkmenia, S Uzbekistan, SW Tajikistan, Iran, N Afghanistan

Type locality: "Perewalnaja an der transcaspischen Bahn" [= Perevalnaja railroad station, southwestern Turkmenistan].

zarudnyi: Type locality: “Kelif, Buchara orient.” [Kelif, Lebap Province, Turkmenistan, 37.36 N 66.31 E].  
Reproductionoviparous 
TypesLectotype: SMF 10247 (designated by Mertens, 1967: 63), (formerly 4369a), syntype: NMW 23344
Lectotype: ZISP 6117.1, adult female, (designated by Barabnov & Ananjeva 2007: 15) [boettgeri]
Lectotype: ZISP 10722.1, adult male (designated by Barabanov & Ananjeva, 2007) [zardunyi] 
DiagnosisDiagnosis: Upper surface of snout fairly steeply truncated, nostrils not visible or faintly noticeable when viewed from above; no cutaneous fold at angle of mouth; dorsal scales subequal, homogeneous; no transverse fold of skin across back of neck; sides ofhead and neck without projecting fringe-like scales; no fringe of scales on posterior margin of thigh and sides of base of tail; no enlarged scales along flank; no tubercular scales on dorsum; scales of upper surfaces of limbs and midline of back prominently keeled. A half-moon-shaped red patch on each scapular region, 21-24 lamellae under fourth toe; ridges on subdigital lamellae of third toe approximately uniformly developed in 3 rows (Anderson 1999: 96). 
CommentSynonymy: Listed as synonym of Phrynocephalus reticulatus by WERMUTH 1967. P. r. boettgeri is a synonym of raddei according to BARABANOV & ANANJEVA 2007. 
References
  • ANANJEVA, NATALIA B.; KONSTANTIN D. MILTO, ANDREI V. BARABANOV, EVGENY A. GOLYNSKY 2020. An annotated type catalogue of amphibians and reptiles collected by Nikolay A. Zarudny in Iran and Middle Asia. Zootaxa 4722 (2): 101–128 - get paper here
  • Ananjeva, Natalia B.;Tuniyev, Boris S. 1992. Historical biogeography of the Phrynocephalus species of the USSR. Asiatic Herpetological Research 4: 76-98 - get paper here
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