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The Anoles of Honduras

Systematics, Distribution, and Conservation

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$24.95 • £19.95 • €22.50

ISBN 9780674504417

Publication Date: 03/16/2015

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296 pages

6-3/4 x 10 inches

85 color photographs, 33 halftones, 39 line illustrations, 44 maps

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  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • A Brief History of the Study of the Anole Lizards in Honduras
  • Systematic Species Accounts
    • Family Dactyloidae
    • Genus Anolis
    • Genus Norops
  • Key to the Honduran Species of the Genera Anolis and Norops
  • Clave para las Especies Hondureñas de los Géneros Anolis y Norops
  • Discussion of Honduran Anole Species Relationships
  • Distribution of Anoles in Honduras
    • Distribution within Departments
    • Distribution within Forest Formations and by Elevation
    • Distribution within Physiographic Regions
    • Distribution within Ecophysiographic Areas
    • Broad Patterns of Geographic Distribution
    • Historical Units of Honduran Anole Genera and Species
    • Honduras as a Distributional Endpoint
  • Conservation Status of Anoles of Honduras
    • Vulnerability Gauges
    • IUCN Red List Categories
    • Anole Species Occurring in Protected Areas
  • Acknowledgments
  • Literature Cited

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