Takydromus hani CHOU, TRUONG & PAUWELS, 2001
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|Higher Taxa||Lacertidae, Lacertinae, Lacertini, Sauria, Lacertoidea, Squamata (lizards)|
|Common Names||E: (South-East Asian) green grass lizard|
|Synonym||Takydromus hani CHOU, TRUONG & PAUWELS 2001|
Takydromus hani — SCHLÜTER 2003: 56
|Distribution||Vietnam (Ha Tinh, Quang Nam; Tra My District, Ngoc Linh Mountain); elevation 200-1450 m.|
Type locality: Ha Tinh Province, Houng Son District, 12 Km S Rao-AnTown (18°20' 56''N, 105°14' 47''E)
|Types||Holotype: NMNS 3370|
|Comment||Characteristic features. Characteristic are the single postnasal scale, four pairs of chin shields, and six longitudinal rows of large dorsale scales between the |
hind legs, enlarged lateral scales on body absent, eight longitudinal rows of ventral scales, ventrals keeled, and seven femoral pores on each side (from ZIEGLER et al. 2006).
|Etymology||Named after Professor Pao-the Han, a leading architect and designer in Taiwan. He was the first Director of the Taiwanese National Museum of Natural Science (1981-1995).|
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