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- Anguimorphs of the infraorder Anguimorpha include the anguids (alligator lizards, gl**** lizards, galliwasps and legless lizards). The infraorder was named...
- their close, venomous and non-venomous relatives, including Iguania, Anguimorpha, and snakes. Closely related varanids use a potent venom found in glands...
- Lepidosauria Order: Squamata Families Many, see text Groups included Anguimorpha Gekkota Iguania Lacertoidea Scincomorpha Range of the lizards, all species...
- of scaled reptiles (squamates) that includes the Serpentes (snakes), Anguimorpha (monitor lizards, gila monster, and alligator lizards) and Iguania (iguanas...
- Norell, M. A. (2011). "A combined evidence phylogenetic analysis of Anguimorpha (Reptilia: Squamata)". Cladistics. 27 (3): 230. doi:10.1111/j.1096-0031...
- information has placed Iguania well within the Squamata as sister taxa to the Anguimorpha and closely related to snakes. Iguanians are largely arboreal and usually...
- Resolved Phylogeny of Xenosaurus and Its Fossil Relatives (Squamata: Anguimorpha)". Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology. 160 (3): 65–181. doi:10...
- This is a list of reptiles of Turkey. There are 136 species of reptiles in Turkey. Family: Blanidae Genus: Bl**** Alexander's worm lizard (Bl**** alexandri)...
- Animalia Phylum: Chordata Cl****: Reptilia Order: Squamata Suborder: Anguimorpha Infraorder: Neoanguimorpha Clade: Diploglossa Family: Anniellidae Genus:...
- genus Xenosaurus, but they are now considered distant relatives within Anguimorpha. The fossil record of shinisaurians extends back to the Early Cretaceous...
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