Anolis distichus

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Anolis distichus
Anolis distichus dewlap.jpg
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata
Suborder: Iguania
Family: Polychrotidae
Genus: Anolis
Species: A. distichus
Binomial name
Anolis distichus
(Cope, 1861)[1]
Subspecies

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Anolis distichus, the bark anole or Hispaniolan gracile anole, is a species of anole found in many Caribbean islands and Florida (as a long-introduced species).[2] It spends most its time on tree trunks. Often it is a brownish color with a yellow dewlap.

Subspecies[edit]

Listed alphabetically.[1]

  • A. d. distichus Cope, 1861
  • A. d. aurifer Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. biminiensis Oliver, 1948
  • A. d. dapsilis Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. distichoides Rosén 1911
  • A. d. dominicensis Reinhardt & Lütken 1863
  • A. d. favillarum Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. floridanus Smith & Mccauley 1948
  • A. d. ignigularis Mertens 1939
  • A. d. juliae Cochran 1934
  • A. d. ocior Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. patruelis Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. properus Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. ravitergum Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. sejunctus Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. suppar Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. tostus Schwartz, 1968
  • A. d. vinosus Schwartz, 1968

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Anolis distichus, The Reptile Database
  2. ^ Anolis distichus, Wildherps

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