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Noun1.Iguania - New World lizardsIguania - New World lizards      
reptile family - a family of reptiles
Lacertilia, Sauria, suborder Lacertilia, suborder Sauria - true lizards; including chameleons and geckos
iguanid, iguanid lizard - lizards of the New World and Madagascar and some Pacific islands; typically having a long tail and bright throat patch in males
genus Iguana - type genus of the Iguanidae
Dipsosaurus, genus Dipsosaurus - desert iguanas
Callisaurus, genus Callisaurus - zebra-tailed lizard
genus Uma, Uma - fringe-toed lizard
genus Holbrookia, Holbrookia - earless lizards
Crotaphytus, genus Crotaphytus - collared lizards
Gambelia, genus Gambelia - leopard lizards
genus Sceloporus, Sceloporus - spiny lizards
genus Uta, Uta - a reptile genus of Iguanidae
genus Urosaurus, Urosaurus - a reptile genus of Iguanidae
genus Phrynosoma, Phrynosoma - horned lizards
Basiliscus, genus Basiliscus - a reptile genus of Iguanidae
Anolis, genus Anolis - New World chameleons
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References in periodicals archive ?
(1992) Phylogenetic analysis and taxonomy of the Tropidurus group of lizards (Iguania: Tropiduridae).
Dominio Vital de Liolaemus koslowskyi Etheridge, 1993 (Iguania: Liolaemini) en el Noroeste de la Provincia de la Rioja, Argentina.
Feeding habits of Liolaemus cuyanus (Iguania: Liolaemidae) from the Monte Biogeographic Province of San Juan, Argentina.
The study, titled "A new Late Cretaceous iguanomorph from North America and the origin of New World Pleurodonta (Squamata, Iguania)," was published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Systematics of the lizards of the genus Stenocercus (Iguania: Tropiduridae) from northern
The paralog counts of sauropsids also generally reflect the different subfamilies, although lizards (Iguania) and snakes (Serpentes) encode additional AQP5-like genes.
A new species of the Liolaemus elongatus clade (Reptilia: Iguania: Liolaemini) from Cordillera del Viento, northwestern Patagonia, Neuquen, Argentina.
At Lo Hueco, a set of cranial elements that were preliminary assigned to Lacertoidea (a mandibular fragment and an isolated tooth) and Iguania (several maxillary and mandibular remains with some tricuspid teeth) (Narvaez and Ortega, 2010; Torices et al., 2010a) have been recognized.
Phylogenetic systematics of crotaphytid lizards (Reptilia: Iguania: Crotaphytidae).