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Tropiduridae from the Serrania de Huanchaca, Bolivia: New genera of anoles Squamata: Abstract I present distribution data of all Dactyloidae, Hoplocercidae, Iguanidae, Leiosauridae, Polychrotidae and Tropiduridae lizards known from the Brazilian Amazonia, totaling 40 species-level taxa, belonging to 11 genera. Be the first to add this to a list.


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