Cyrtodactylus

Ziegler, Thomas, Nazarov, Roman, Orlov, Nikolai, Vu, Truong Quang Nguyen Thanh Ngoc, Dang, Kien Ngoc, Dinh, Tri Huy & Schmitz, Andreas, 2010, A third new Cyrtodactylus (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Truong Son Range, Vietnam, Zootaxa 2413, pp. 20-36 : 33

publication ID

https://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.194354

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6211229

persistent identifier

https://treatment.plazi.org/id/038C6E75-8144-6E29-9680-FE26A79AB3E6

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scientific name

Cyrtodactylus
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Key to the species of Cyrtodactylus from Vietnam

1 a. Subcaudals enlarged ..................................................................................................................................................... 2

1 b. Subcaudal not enlarged ............................................................................................................................................... 14

2 a. Precloacal pores present in both males and females..................................................................................................... 3

2 b. Precloacal pores absent or present only in males ......................................................................................................... 5

3 a. Femoral pores absent .......................................................................................................................... chauquangensis

3 b. Femoral pores present................................................................................................................................................... 4

4 a. Males with 32–42 femoral and precloacal pores ....................................................................... phongnhakebangensis

4 b. Males with 20–28 femoral and precloacal pores ................................................................................. roesleri sp. nov.

5 a. Ventral scales in 25–28 rows ....................................................................................................................... badenensis

5 b. Ventral scales in 32–50 rows ........................................................................................................................................ 6

6 a. Males with 0–7 precloacal pores .................................................................................................................................. 7

6 b. Males with 7–10 precloacal pores .............................................................................................................................. 12

7 a. Males with 4–7 precloacal pores, 35–40 ventral scale rows ........................................................................ condorensis

7 b. Males with 0–4 precloacal pores .................................................................................................................................. 8

8 a. Ventral scales in 32–40 rows ........................................................................................................................................ 9

8 b. Ventral scales in 42–49 rows ...................................................................................................................................... 11

9 a. Enlarged femoral scales absent ......................................................................................................................... grismeri

9 b. Enlarged femoral scales present ................................................................................................................................. 10

10 a. Males without femoral pores and with 0–4 precloacal pores....................................................................... paradoxus

10 b. Males with 1 femoral pore and 3–4 precloacal pores .................................................................................. takouensis

11 a. Enlarged femoral scales 4–6 ........................................................................................................................ eisenmanae

11 b. Enlarged femoral scales absent ................................................................................................................ nigriocularis

12 a. 16 lamellae under fourth finger, 17–19 lamellae under fourth toe.............................................................. hontreensis

12 b. 20–22 lamellae under fourth finger, 22–25 lamellae under fourth toe....................................................................... 13

13 a. 22 lamellae under fourth finger, 23–25 lamellae under fourth toe............................................................ caovansungi

13 b. 20 lamellae under fourth finger, 22 lamellae under fourth toe ................................................................... intermedius

14 a. Enlarged femoral scales absent .................................................................................................................................. 15

14 b. Enlarged femoral scales 3–10 .................................................................................................................................... 16

15 a. Enlarged precloacal scales 1–12, males with 5–9 precloacal pores ............................................ pseudoquadrivirgatus

15 b. Enlarged precloacal scales 16–27, males with 9–11 precloacal pores .............................................................. cryptus

16 a. Dark patches on dorsum not edged by white margin ................................................................................................. 17

16 b. Dark patches on dorsum edged by white margin or tubercles ................................................................................... 18

17 a. SVL 43.5–69 mm, enlarged femoral scales 3–8 ......................................................................................... cattienensis

17 b. SVL 84.6–93mm, enlarged femoral scales 8–10 ............................................................................................... ziegleri

18 a. Enlarged femoral scales 3–5, males with 7–9 precloacal pores, dark patches on dorsum edged by white tubercles .... ............................................................................................................................................................................ huynhi

18 b. Enlarged femoral scales 7–8, males with 5–7 precloacal pores, dark patches on dorsum edged by white margin....... ....................................................................................................................................................................... irregularis

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Reptilia

Order

Squamata

Family

Gekkonidae