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Abronia cunemica • Bridging the Gap: A New Species of Arboreal Abronia (Squamata: Anguidae) from the Northern Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico

he mountain forests of Middle America are renowned for their endemic biodiversity, and arboreal alligator lizards (genus Abronia) are high-profile vertebrates endemic to this region. In this work, we describe a new species of arboreal Abronia that is known only from the type locality in the Northern Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico.  Leer más.

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