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   Cophosaurus (Earless Lizards) 

Broader Terms:
   Cophosaurus (greater earless lizards) 
   Phrynosomatidae (North American Spiny Lizards) 

More Specific:
   Cophosaurus teranus (Greater Earless Lizard) 
   Cophosaurus teranus scitulus (Southwestern Earless Lizard) 
   Cophosaurus teranus texanus (Texas Earless Lizard) 
   Cophosaurus texana 
   Cophosaurus texanus (texanus: Texas Earless Lizard) 
   Cophosaurus texanus scitulus (Southwestern Earless Lizard) 
   Cophosaurus texanus texanus (Texas Earless Lizard) 
Latest Articles on Cophosaurus from uBioRSS
Life-History Traits in a Population of the Dwarf Gecko, Sphaerodactylus vin... - BioOne: Copeia
Effects of Elevation on Litter-Size Variation Among Lizard Populations in t... - BioOne: Western North American Naturalist

External Resources:

Common Names: Earless Lizards, greater earless lizards

1.  Phylogenomics of phrynosomatid lizards: conflicting signals from sequence capture versus restriction site associated DNA sequencing.LinkIT
Leaché AD, Chavez AS, Jones LN, Grummer JA, Gottscho AD, Linkem CW
Genome biology and evolution, 2015

2.  Phylogenetic relationships and heterogeneous evolutionary processes among phrynosomatine sand lizards (Squamata, Iguanidae) revisited.LinkIT
Schulte JA, de Queiroz K
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2008

3.  The Coachella valley fringe-toed lizard (Uma inornata): genetic diversity and phylogenetic relationships of an endangered species.LinkIT
Trépanier TL, Murphy RW
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 2001

4.  Phylogenetic relationships among phrynosomatid lizards as inferred from mitochondrial ribosomal DNA sequences: substitutional bias and information content of transitions relative to transversions.LinkIT
Reeder TW
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, 1995

5.  Mesocestoides sp. tetrathyridia (Cestoidea: Cyclophyllidea) in the iguanid lizards, Cophosaurus texanus texanus and Sceloporus olivaceous, from Texas.LinkIT
McAllister CT
Journal of wildlife diseases, 1988

6.  An electrophoretic study of the hemoglobins of the sand lizards, Callisaurus, Cophosaurus, Holbrookia and Uma.LinkIT
Guttman SI
Comparative biochemistry and physiology, 1970