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AnewspeciesCyrtodactytlusGray(Squamata:Gekkonidae)fromwesternThailand and the phylogenetic placement of C. inthanon and C. doisuthep

Chomdej S. Research Center in Bioresources for Agriculture, Industry and Medicine, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, 239 Huay Kaew Rd. Tambon Su Thep, Chiang Mai, 50200, Thailand|
Poyarkov N.A. | Lee Grismer L. Laboratory of Tropical Ecology, Joint Russian-Vietnamese Tropical Research and Technological Center, Hanoi, Viet Nam| Nazarov R.A. Faculty of Biology, Department of Vertebrate Zoology, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation| Pradit W. Herpetology Laboratory, Department of Biology, La Sierra University, 4500 Riverwalk Parkway, Riverside, CA 92515, United States| Pawangkhanant P. Zoological Museum, Moscow State University, B. Nikitskaya ul. 2, Moscow, 125009, Russian Federation| Suwannapoom C. Division of Fishery, School of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Phayao, Phayao, Thailand|

Zootaxa Số 2, năm 2020 (Tập 4838, trang 179-209)

ISSN: 11755326

ISSN: 11755326

DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.4838.2.2

Tài liệu thuộc danh mục: Scopus



Từ khóa: animal; lizard; mitochondrial gene; phylogeny; Thailand; Animals; Genes, Mitochondrial; Lizards; Phylogeny; Thailand
Tóm tắt tiếng anh
A new species of Cyrtodactylus from Tak Province, Thailand, Cyrtodactylus amphipetraeus sp. nov., is described using an integrative taxonomic analysis based on morphology, color pattern, and the mitochondrial gene NADH dehydrogenase subunit 2 (ND2). The phylogenetic analyses place the new species within the C. sinyineensis group which was previously thought to be endemic to the Salween Basin in southern Myanmar. The phylogeny also places C. inthanon in the C. sinyneensis group which is expanded herein to also include the group’s sister species C. doisuthep. Along with C. amphipetraeus sp. nov., these are the first three species of the C. sinyineensis group to be found outside of Myanmar east of the Tenasserim Mountains. The Tenasserim Mountain region is discussed as an area of cladogeneic turnover. Copyright © 2020 Magnolia Press.

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