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Creative Commons Flickr Photos Tagged "Squamata."

Recent observations

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Observer

roberto_sindaco

Date

the past

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roberto_sindaco

Date

the past

Description

Tuniyev B., Nilson G., Andrén C., 2010. A new species of viper (Reptilia, Viperidae) from the Altay and Saur Mountains, Kazakhstan. - Russian Journal of Herpetology, 17 (2): 110-120. [5267]

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Square

What

Speckled Racer Drymobius margaritiferus

Observer

francisco3

Date

September 4, 2015 12:20 PM HST

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No photos or sounds

Observer

roberto_sindaco

Date

July 6, 1997

Description

Tuniyev B., Nilson G., Andrén C., 2010. A new species of viper (Reptilia, Viperidae) from the Altay and Saur Mountains, Kazakhstan. - Russian Journal of Herpetology, 17 (2): 110-120. [5267]

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roberto_sindaco

Date

July 15, 1997

Description

Tuniyev B., Nilson G., Andrén C., 2010. A new species of viper (Reptilia, Viperidae) from the Altay and Saur Mountains, Kazakhstan. - Russian Journal of Herpetology, 17 (2): 110-120. [5267]

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What

Puerto Rican Anole Anolis pulchellus

Observer

darkangel

Date

the past

Description

Tiny lizard found in trees

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What

Texas Horned Lizard Phrynosoma cornutum

Observer

lastime

Date

September 4, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

This was a very young horned lizard.

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No photos or sounds

Observer

roberto_sindaco

Date

the past

Description

Tuniyev B., Nilson G., Andrén C., 2010. A new species of viper (Reptilia, Viperidae) from the Altay and Saur Mountains, Kazakhstan. - Russian Journal of Herpetology, 17 (2): 110-120. [5267]

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Square

What

House Geckos Genus Hemidactylus

Observer

chrisbroussard

Date

September 3, 2015 09:04 PM CDT

Description

On the kitchen window

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No photos or sounds

Observer

roberto_sindaco

Date

June 1, 1997

Description

Tuniyev B., Nilson G., Andrén C., 2010. A new species of viper (Reptilia, Viperidae) from the Altay and Saur Mountains, Kazakhstan. - Russian Journal of Herpetology, 17 (2): 110-120. [5267]

Photos / Sounds

What

Iguanas and Chuckwallas Family Iguanidae

Observer

danielbeat

Date

December 19, 2004

Place

(Somewhere...)

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No photos or sounds

Observer

roberto_sindaco

Date

July 1, 1999

Description

Tuniyev B., Nilson G., Andrén C., 2010. A new species of viper (Reptilia, Viperidae) from the Altay and Saur Mountains, Kazakhstan. - Russian Journal of Herpetology, 17 (2): 110-120. [5267]

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Description from Wikipedia

The Squamata, or the scaled reptiles, are the largest recent order of reptiles, comprising all lizards and snakes. With over 9,000 species, it is the second-largest order of vertebrates after the perciform fish. Members of the order are distinguished by their skins, which bear horny scales or shields. They also possess movable quadrate bones, making it possible to move the upper jaw relative to the braincase. This is particularly visible in snakes, which are able to...

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