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   Cophosaurus texanus (Texas greater earless lizard) 

Broader Terms:
   Cophosaurus (Earless Lizards) 
   Squamata (snakes) 

More Specific:
   Cophosaurus texanus scitulus (Southwestern Earless Lizard) 
   Cophosaurus texanus texanus (Texas Earless Lizard) 
Latest Articles on texanus: Texas Earless Lizard from uBioRSS
Metazoan Endoparasites of 13 Species of Central American Anoles (Sauria: Po... - BioOne: Comparative Parasitology
Life-History Traits in a Population of the Dwarf Gecko, Sphaerodactylus vin... - BioOne: Copeia

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101.  Molecular analysis of a new cytoplasmic male sterile genotype in sunflower.LinkIT
Spassova M, Christov M, Bohorova N, Petrov P, Dudov K, Atanassov A, Nijkamp HJ, Hille J
FEBS letters, 1992

102.  Chemical contents of stinging trichomes ofCnidoscolus texanus.LinkIT
Lookadoo SE, Pollard AJ
Journal of chemical ecology, 1991

103.  Helminth parasites of unisexual and bisexual whiptail lizards (Teiidae) in North America. I. The Colorado checkered whiptail (Cnemidophorus tesselatus).LinkIT
McAllister CT
Journal of wildlife diseases, 1990

104.  Helianthus annuus ssp. texanus has chloroplast DNA and nuclear ribosomal RNA genes of Helianthus debilis ssp. cucumerifolius.LinkIT
Rieseberg LH, Beckstrom-Sternberg S, Doan K
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 1990

105.  Host associations of ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) parasitizing medium-sized mammals in a Lyme disease endemic area of southern New York.LinkIT
Fish D, Dowler RC
Journal of medical entomology, 1989

106.  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

107.  Variation in Cnidoscolus texanus in relation to herbivory.LinkIT
Pollard AJ
Oecologia, 1986

108.  Rickettsia rickettsii and Rickettsia montana from Ixodid ticks in Connecticut.LinkIT
Anderson JF, Magnarelli LA, Philip RN, Burgdorfer W
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 1986

109.  Spotted fever group rickettsiae in immature and adult ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) from a focus of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in Connecticut.LinkIT
Magnarelli LA, Anderson JF, Burgdorfer W, Philip RN, Chappell WA
Canadian journal of microbiology, 1985

110.  Rickettsia-like organisms in ticks and antibodies to spotted fever-group rickettsiae in mammals from northern Mississippi.LinkIT
Norment BR, Stricklin LS, Burgdorfer W
Journal of wildlife diseases, 1985