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review of Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger

Donald G. Broadley

review of Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger

with the description of a new subspecies from Mozambique (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae)

by Donald G. Broadley

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Published by National Museums of Rhodesia in [Bulawayo?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mozambique.
    • Subjects:
    • Rhampholeon marshalli -- Classification.,
    • Reptiles -- Classification.,
    • Reptiles -- Mozambique.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Donald G. Broadley.
      SeriesArnoldia,, v. 5, no. 10
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsAS622 .A7 vol. 5, no. 10, QL666.L23 .A7 vol. 5, no. 10
      The Physical Object
      Pagination6 p.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3898796M
      LC Control Number81460783

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Review of Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger by Donald G. Broadley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Edition Chimaira, Frankfurt, pp. review in Elaphe 14 (1): 24]. Broadley, D. A review of Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger, with the description of a new subspecies from Mozambique (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae). Chromosomes and the status of Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae) Vol Page Review My PDF List View Icon View.

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Rhampholeon marshalli Matthee Et Al., Homonyms Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger, Rhampholeon marshalli Matthee Et Al., Common names Marshall's Stumptail Chameleon in English Marshall's Stumptail Chameleon in English Bibliographic References.

Boulenger, G. () Description of a new Chameleon genus Rhampholeon from Mashonaland. Subspecies: Rhampholeon marshalli gorongosae BROADLEY has been elevated to full species status. Type species: Rhampholeon marshalli BOULENGER is the type species of the subgenus Bicuspis LOVERIDGE Etymology: Named after the collector of the type, G.

Marshall. References: Beolens, Bo; Michael Watkins, and Michael Grayson. Rhampholeon marshalli BOULENGER Chamaeleo marshalli — BROADLEY Rhampholeon marshalli — NECAS Rhampholeon (Bicuspis) marshalli — MATTHEE et al. Rhampholeon (Bicuspis) marshalli — TILBURY Distribution: E Zimbabwe (SE Mashonaland) Type locality: Chirinda forest, ft elevation, SE Mashonaland.

A phylogenetic review of the African leaf chameleons: Genus Rhampholeon (Chamaeleonidae): The role of vicariance and climate change in speciation R.

marshalli, R. gorongosae, R. boulengeri, R. Zimbabwe (Rhampholeon (Bicusp is) marshalli Boulenger) and Gorong oza M ountain (Rhamphole on (Bicuspis) gorongosae Broadley) with three other species known from the southern Malawi; Rh.

platyceps. Species Rhampholeon marshalli Marshall's Stumptail Chameleon. Infraspecies Rhampholeon marshalli gorongosae.

While ADW staff and contributors provide references to books and websites that we believe are reputable, we cannot necessarily endorse the contents of. An Rhampholeon marshalli in uska species han Reptilia nga ginhulagway ni George Albert Boulenger hadton An Rhampholeon marshalli in nahilalakip ha genus nga Rhampholeon, ngan familia nga Chamaeleonidae.

Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo nadudultan. Subspecies. Ini nga species ginbahin ha masunod nga subspecies: R. marshalli; R. gorongosae; Mga kasarigan.

Rhampholeon (bicuspis) marshalli MATTHEE Modifică text Rhampholeon marshalli [3] este o specie de cameleoni din genul Rhampholeon, familia Chamaeleonidae, descrisă de Boulenger Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger, Rhampholeon marshalli là một loài thằn lằn trong họ Chamaeleonidae.

Loài này được Boulenger mô tả khoa học đầu tiên năm Chú thích Tham khảo. Dữ liệu liên quan tới. A field study of the dwarf chameleon Rhampholeon marshalli in the Bunga Forest National Park, Rhodesia: objectives and methods.

Herpetol. Assoc. Afr., 8, 9– BROADLEY, D.G. (b). A review of Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger, with the description of a new subspecies from Mozambique (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae). Arnoldia Rhod., 5, 1–6. Rhampholeon marshalli BOULENGER Sinonimo; Rhampholeon (bicuspis) marshalli MATTHEE Espesye sa reptil ang Rhampholeon marshalli.

Una ning gihulagway ni Boulenger Ang Rhampholeon marshalli sakop sa kahenera nga Rhampholeon sa kabanay nga Chamaeleonidae. The Marshal by Adrienne Giordano is a fast paced and complex suspense that kept me turning the pages until I finished.

Jenna Hayward works for Hennings & Solomon as an investigator. Brent Thompson is a US Marshal who has becomes friends with the Hennings family in a previous book/5(30). Rhampholeon (Bicuspis) gorongosae — Mathee et al., [subsequent combination, elevate to species] References Primary references. Broadley, D.G.

A review of Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger, with the description of a new subspecies from Mozambique (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae). Arnoldia (Rhodesia) 5(10): 1–6. Reference page. Rhampholeon sp. 4 contained two samples collected from high-elevation forests of the Rugege Highlands, including Mount Bigugu of Nyungwe National Park and Mpishi village near Kibira National Park in Burundi, and was found to be closely related to R.

5, which contained populations from high-elevation forests of Bururi Forest Reserve in. Marshall's pygmy chameleon (Rhampholeon marshalli), also called Marshall's leaf chameleon or Marshall's dwarf chameleon, is a species of chameleon found in the forests of Zimbabwe and Mozambique in grows from to cm ( to in) and feeds on insects.

When standing still, it resembles a leaf on a branch. Rhampholeon marshalli [3] är en ödleart som beskrevs av George Albert Boulenger Rhampholeon marshalli ingår i släktet Rhampholeon och familjen kameleonter.

[4] [5] IUCN kategoriserar arten globalt som sårbar.[1]Underarter. Arten delas in i följande underarter: [4] R. marshalli; R. gorongosae; Källor.

a b; a b; Externa länkar. Wikimedia Commons har media som rör Rhampholeon. Rhampholeon marshalli, Marshall's Stumptail Chameleon [English] Publication(s): Author(s)/Editor(s): Matthee, Conrad A., Colin R.

Tilbury, and Ted Townsend: Publication Date: Article/Chapter Title: A phylogenetic review of the African leaf chameleons: genus Rhampholeon (Chamaeleonidae): the role of vicariance and climate change in. Rhampholeon (Rhampholeon) spectrum (Buchholz ) Rhampholeon (Rhampholeon) temporalis (Matschie ) Subgenus: (Bicuspis) Loveridge Rhampholeon (Bicuspis) marshalli Boulenger Rhampholeon (Bicuspis) gorongosae Broadley Subgenus: (Rhinodigitum) Matthee, Tilbury &.

Rhampholeon chapmanorum Tilbury, – Chapmans' Pygmy Chameleon: Species: Rhampholeon gorongosae Broadley, Species: Rhampholeon hattinghi Tilbury and Tolley, Species: Rhampholeon marshalli Boulenger, – Marshall's Stumptail Chameleon: Species: Rhampholeon maspictus Branch, Bayliss and Tolley, – Mount Mabu Pygmy.The stage at oviposition for basal chameleons is known only for Rhampholeon marshalli; an embryo from a newly laid egg was ‘well developed’ and had ‘black pigmented eyes’; other eggs from the nest hatched 35 days later (Humphreys, ).

Both the features of the embryo and the short incubation period suggest oviposition at stage 30 or.Rhampholeon là một chi tắc kè nhỏ trong họ úng thường có thể tìm thấy ở vùng Đông Phi. Các loài. Có khoảng 19 loài được ghi nhận thuộc chi này như: Rhampholeon acuminatus Mariaux & Tilbury, ; Rhampholeon beraduccii Mariaux & Tilbury, ; Rhampholeon boulengeri Steindachner, ; Rhampholeon bruessoworum Branch, Bayliss & Tolley.