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    • Diploglossus
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Recent observations

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What

galliwasps Genus Diploglossus

Observer

miguelmendez2

Date

December 5, 2016 01:11 AM +06

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What

Banded Galliwasp Diploglossus fasciatus

Observer

timhirsch

Date

March 9, 2016 02:00 PM BRT

Description

Sitting on ledge at visitors' centre near entrance to Caverna do Diabo (Devil's Cave) in the Upper Ribeira Valley. Spotted by Gislene Furquim, trainee environmental monitor (guide) from the nearby quilombo community of Ivoporunduva. Identification by Bruno Lima. Photos by Gislene Furquim and Tubtim Tubtim.

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Observer

elson

Date

May 6, 2014

Description

Encontrado entre las rocas en un cultivo de cacao.

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What

O'Shaughnessy's Galliwasp Diploglossus bilobatus

Observer

brayanmorera35

Date

June 20, 2015 08:51 PM EDT

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Observer

seanhiggins

Date

May 15, 2015

Description

Have seen this species now three times since December 2012, the previous two I was barely able to get a photo -- very elusive...
This specimen had only very recently been struck by a vehicle of some sort on the only main road in the Chocó, probably a motorcycle or tuk-tuk...

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What

O'Shaughnessy's Galliwasp Diploglossus bilobatus

Observer

dave_k_h

Date

December 20, 2012

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Observer

anaconda

Date

the past

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Observer

fernandocastro

Date

July 17, 2013

Description

Uno de los saurios mas llamativos de las selvas Neotropicales, usa excelente camuflaje, entre la hojarasca del piso de los bosques. Muy fuerte, con garras finas, extremidades cortas y cuerpo cilíndrico grueso, Dentadura fuerte de dientes cortantes y mordida fuerte. Habita cerca a huecos donde establece sus madrigueras y se protege de manera muy eficiente.

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One of the more atractive lizards in the Neotropical forests; uses excellent camouflage among the leaves of the forest floor. Very strong, with fine claws, legs short and thick cylindrical body, sharp teeth, strong and strong bite. It lives near their burrows holes where established and protected very efficiently.

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What

O'Shaughnessy's Galliwasp Diploglossus bilobatus

Observer

holzheuser

Date

June 6, 2013 02:12 PM CDT

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Observer

tomsnyder317

Date

April 17, 2010

Description

Found this animal under a large tree in primary growth along a trail at Hitoy Cerere biological Reserve.

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What

O'Shaughnessy's Galliwasp Diploglossus bilobatus

Observer

asydabass

Date

March 11, 2010

Description

Male

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What

O'Shaughnessy's Galliwasp Diploglossus bilobatus

Observer

asydabass

Date

March 4, 2010
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Description from Wikipedia

Diploglossus is a genus of Anguid lizards. It has nineteen described species. Species are found in North and South America.

No range data available.
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