HERPETOLOGY WFSC 315
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Date Created: 10/21/15
WFSC 315501 Lizards Study Guide 1 Sister family to Chamaeleonidae 2 Family characteristics include prehensile tail zygodactylous feet independently movable eyes and projectile tongue 3 Genus of Iguanidae commonly found in the United States 4 Lizard family that includes over 1000 species found worldwide 5 Genus of Dibamidae that is only found in Mexico 6 Family of lizards characterized by tube within a tube movement 7 Morphological adaptation found in Bipedidae that aids in burrowing 8 Monotypic lizard family found only in Florida and Georgia 9 Genus of Xantusiidae that includes both unisexual and bisexual species 10 Old World family comparable to New World Teiids 11 Lizard family with small insectivorous species with transparent lower eyelids 12 Members of the Tupinambinae are found only on this continent 13 Describe how spade headed worm lizards dig 14 What member of the Gerrhosaurinae is believed to be semiaquatic 15 What family includes both limbed and limbless species and includes one of the world s smallest tetrapod species 16 This family includes the largest limbed lizard species in Texas the Texas Alligator Lizard 17 Members of the Xenosauridae are limited to what parts of the world 18 What fossil discovered in Australia is considered by some scientists to be close to the ancestor of all later squamates 19 What specific organ do lizards use to hunt prey and detect predators 20 In what parts of the world are lizards not found
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