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RE: Spurs of a plated lizard

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Posted by: Ingo at Sat Nov 24 07:52:43 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Ingo ]  
   

Yes, I do definitely see the resemblance. The funny thing about that is that those are all definitely G. major. Some major major, some are major bottegoi (the latter typically have no red, but some have).
Believe me or not...but you may ask a herpetologist if you want. Your animal is G. major bottegoi.

G. nigrolineatus is very different and much more resembles G. flavigularis than G. major.
And the belly is white...

Ingo


   

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