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Ptyctolaemus PETERS, 1864

HALLERMANN, J. & W. BÖHME (2003): A reinterpretation of the agamid genus Mantheyus Ananjeva and Stuart, 2001, as a junior synonym of Ptyctolaemus Peters, 1864, with comments on the problem of monotypic genera. – Hamadryad, 27: 262-265.

SCHULTE II, J.A., VINDUM, J.V., WIN, H., THIN, T., LWIN, K.S. & A.K. SHEIN (2004): Phylogenetic relationships of the genus Ptyctolaemus (Squamata: Agamidae), with a descritption of a new species from Chin Hills of Western Myanmar. – Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., 55 (12): 222-247.
Abstract:
A new species of Ptyctolaemus is described from the Chin Hills, Chin State, western Myanmar. Specimens were found on the slopes of Mount Victoria between elevations of 709 m and 1.940 m in areas of secondary forest in close proximity to human habitation. The new species differs from P. gularis, by having a more developed nuchal crest, shorter limbs, larger and more heterogeneous dorsal body scales, and a shorter tail. P. phuwuanensis can be distinguished from P. gularis and the new species by the presence of femoral pores and a distinct gular region. A molecular phylogenetic analysis of P. gularis, P. phuwuanensis, the new species of Ptyctolaemus from Chin State, and other species in the draconine clade indicates that P. phuwuanensis is sister to all other draconine agamids, and, in light of these results, we recommend the recognition of the genus name Mantheyus for P. phuwuanensis. Ptyctolaemus from Chin State and P. gularis are related but different genetically and morphologically representing separate species.



Ptyctolaemus collicristatus SCHULTE & VINDUM, 2004


SCHULTE II, J.A., VINDUM, J.V., WIN, H., THIN, T., LWIN, K.S. & A.K. SHEIN (2004): Phylogenetic relationships of the genus Ptyctolaemus (Squamata: Agamidae), with a descritption of a new species from Chin Hills of Western Myanmar. – Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., 55 (12): 222-247.
Abstract:
A new species of Ptyctolaemus is described from the Chin Hills, Chin State, western Myanmar. Specimens were found on the slopes of Mount Victoria between elevations of 709 m and 1.940 m in areas of secondary forest in close proximity to human habitation. The new species differs from P. gularis, by having a more developed nuchal crest, shorter limbs, larger and more heterogeneous dorsal body scales, and a shorter tail. P. phuwuanensis can be distinguished from P. gularis and the new species by the presence of femoral pores and a distinct gular region. A molecular phylogenetic analysis of P. gularis, P. phuwuanensis, the new species of Ptyctolaemus from Chin State, and other species in the draconine clade indicates that P. phuwuanensis is sister to all other draconine agamids, and, in light of these results, we recommend the recognition of the genus name Mantheyus for P. phuwuanensis. Ptyctolaemus from Chin State and P. gularis are related but different genetically and morphologically representing separate species.



Ptyctolaemus gularis PETERS, 1864

Green Fan-throated Lizard

AHSAN, M.F., ASMAT, G.S.M. & S. CHAKMA (2008): A Second Record of Ptyctolaemus gularis (Peters, 1864) from Bangladesh. - Asiatic Herpetological Research 11: 10-12 -

BISWAS, S. (1967): Notes on the Agamid lizard Ptyctolaemus gularis (Peters) from Khasi Hills, Assam. – J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc., 64: 561-563.

HUANG, Y.-Z. (1980): A new generic record of chinese lizard from Xizang (Tibet) – Ptyctolaemus gularis Peters. – Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica, 5: 336.

WALL, F. (1908): Remarks on the agamoid lizard (Ptyctolaemus gularis). – Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 18: 505.

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