- Squamata ( skwə′mädə ) ( vertebrate zoology ) An order of reptiles, composed of the lizards and snakes, distinguished by a highly modified skull that.
- Fauna of Australia 2A - Reptilia - Squamata - Natural History
- NATURAL HISTORY OF THE SQUAMATA. 2.
- Fauna of Australia 2A - Reptilia - Squamata - Morphology
- Squamata are distinguished from the other reptilian orders by adaptive modifications The Squamata represent over 95% of all reptilian species.
- A NEW TEIIDAE SPECIES (SQUAMATA, SCINCOMORPHA) FROM
- Key words: Squamata, Teiidae, Tupinambis, Late Pleistocene, Rio Grande do Sul State, southern Tupinambis uruguaianensis sp. nov.
- A Revision of the Bavayia validiclavis group (Squamata: Gekkota
- (Squamata: Gekkota: Diplodactylidae), a Clade of New. Caledonian Geckos Exhibiting Microendemism. Aaron M.
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- Blue star juniper (Juniperus squamata) is an evergreen with sharp needles. It's a low, compact, dense and mounding shrub with a slow growth rate that's drought-tolerant and prefers full sun, reaching three feet in height and width.
- Jaštery s jedovými zubami
- Jedový systém sa u jašterotvarých (Squamata) vyvinul len raz, ale špecializované toxíny a žľazy viackrát. Najmenej odvodený typ nájdeme u skupiny Iguania, kam patria dobre známe leguány.
- Squamata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Squamata, or the scaled reptiles, is the largest recent order of reptiles, including lizards and snakes.
- ADW: Squamata: Pictures
- Order Squamata (amphisbaenians, lizards, and snakes). Pictures · Specimens · Classification.  2 3 4 ...
- Squamata (Snakes & Lizards)
- The order Squamata consists of two suborders. They are Sauria, which is composed of lizards, and Serpentes, which is composed of snakes.
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- Squamata - Georgia Museum of Natural History
- General description of the largest order of reptiles, with over 6000 living species.
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