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RE: Timon Identification

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Posted by: Ingo at Tue May 2 05:20:45 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Ingo ]  
   

Hi,

always not easy from Pic of such variable species.
After being somewaht insecure, I ended up thinking all are T. lepidus with the animals on the first Pics either belonging to a population in the intergradation zone of T. lepidus lepidus and T. lepidus nevadensis or beeing a cross between the two. The other lizardfs to me look like T. lepidus lepidus from either France or Portugal.
I admit thet the animals on the first Pic do resembel T. tanganicus to quite some extent. But after all. they look more similar to my male T. lepidus, whose parents were from the aforementioned intergradation zone.

Hope that helps

Ingo


   

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