Pedioplanis husabensis   BERGER-DELL´MOUR & MAYER, 1989

Pedioplanis husabensis   BERGER-DELL´MOUR & MAYER, 1989


          
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  • Murray, I.W. & Fuller, A. & Lease, H.M. & Mitchell, D. & Wolf, B.O. & Heten, R.S. (2014) -  The actively foraging desert lizard Pedioplanis husabensis (Husab Sand Lizard) behaviorally optimizes its energetic economy. -  Canadian Journal of Zoology, 92 (10): 905–913.    

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