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genus

Pholidoscelis Fitzinger, 1843

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Chordata - chordates »  order Squamata - lizards and snakes »  family Teiidae - whiptails and tegus

Included taxa

Number of records: 20

species Pholidoscelis atratus (Garman, 1887)
species Pholidoscelis auberi (Cocteau, 1838)

Pholidoscelis auberi - 0000000001 1

species Pholidoscelis chrysolaemus (Cope, 1868) - Hispaniolan Giant Ameiva
species Pholidoscelis cineraceus (Barbour & Noble, 1915)
species Pholidoscelis corax (Censky & Paulson, 1992)
species Pholidoscelis corvinus (Cope, 1861)
species Pholidoscelis dorsalis (Gray, 1838)
species Pholidoscelis erythrocephalus (Shaw, 1802)
species Pholidoscelis exsul (Cope, 1862) - Puerto Rican Ground Lizard
species Pholidoscelis fuscatus (Garman, 1887)

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species Pholidoscelis griswoldi (Barbour, 1916)
species Pholidoscelis lineolatus (Duméril & Bibron, 1839) - Pygmy Blue-tailed Ameiva

Pholidoscelis lineolatus - 0000000001 1

species Pholidoscelis major (Duméril & Bibron, 1839) - Martinique Giant Ameiva
species Pholidoscelis maynardi (Garman, 1888)
species Pholidoscelis plei (Duméril & Bibron, 1839)
species Pholidoscelis pluvianotatus (Garman, 1887)
species Pholidoscelis polops (Cope, 1862) - St. Croix Ameiva
species Pholidoscelis taeniurus (Cope, 1862) - Hispaniolan Blue-tailed Ameiva
species Pholidoscelis umbratilis Schwartz & Klinkowski, 1966
species Pholidoscelis wetmorei (Stejneger, 1913) - Blue-tailed Ground Lizard

Links and literature

EN The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera [1130287]

Rees, T. (compiler): The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera [http://www.irmng.org] [as Pholidoscelis Fitzinger, 1843]
Data retrieved on: 29 November 2019

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Explanations

extinct taxon