Kaukasus (Russland, Georgien und Aserbaidschan) und angrenzende Nordost-Türkei. 

Art:

Darevskia derjugini  (NIKOLSKY, 1898)

Unterarten (6):

Darevskia derjugini derjugini  (NIKOLSKY, 1898)

Darevskia derjugini abchasica  (BISCHOFF, 1982)

Darevskia derjugini barani  (BISCHOFF, 1982)

Darevskia derjugini boehmei  (BISCHOFF, 1982)

Darevskia derjugini orlowae  (BISCHOFF, 1984)

Darevskia derjugini silvatica  (BARTENEF & REZNIKOVA, 1931)

Synonyme:

Lacerta derjugini  NIKOLSKY, 1898

Darevskia derjugini  ARRIBAS, 1997

Trivialnamen:

Artvin Lizard (Englisch)
Artwiner Eidechse (Deutsch)
Артвинская ящерица (Russisch)


Taxonomische Hinweise:

Systematics is debatable: perhaps some subspecies are not valid (Tuniyev & Ostrovskikh 2006; Kosushkin & Grechko 2013): Distribution patterns and geographical variations of Darevskia derjugini (Nikolsky, 1898) are discussed. D. derjugini has been found to have a continuous habitat within the Russian Federation and Abkhazia and a clinal variation of its morphological characteristics. Specimens from the more ancient southern foothill populations have much more pholidosis characters than lizards from the northern and high-mountain populations formed after the Glacier period (Pleistocene). On the basis of our data D. derjugini should be considered as a monotypic species with the subspecies D. d. silvatica, D. d. boehmei and D. d. abchasica being junior synonyms of D. d. derjugini. Verification is required.

Igor Doronin.

 
 
 
 

Darevskia derjugini: 69  Bilder (siehe Unterartniveau)

 
 
 

Darevskia derjugini abchasica  © 2011 Martin Schroth