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Well, It is not completely sure it is eewi. Anolis eewi was described from Toronó, part of Chimantá tepuy, the neighbor tepuy of Auyan, where this one was found. This individual was at the same altitude (around 2000 m) and conditions as eewi. Norops planiceps is a widespread species in northern South America, and is very variable, but the proportions and the general feeling of my nose as a taxonomist told me this was different. Probably the best way to present it is as cf. eewi, even now eewi is synonym of planiceps. Leer más.

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