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Classis : Sauropsida 
Ordo : Squamata 
Subordo : Scleroglossa 
Infraordo : Gekkota 
110–0 m.a.Albium > Recens[1]

Gekkota sunt infraordo reptilium subordinis Scleroglossorum, inter quem insigniter omnes Gekkonidae et Pygopodidae sine membris. Lacertae autem sine membris familiae Dibamidarum aliquando lacertae caecae appellantur,[2] sed phylogeniae moleculares recentes probatae subiciunt eas ad Gekkota non pertinere.[3][4]

Gekkota sunt infraordo Squamatorum et ex septem familiis constant.[5][6][7][8][9]:

  1. Arnold, E. N., & Poinar, G. (2008). "A 100 million year old gecko with sophisticated adhesive toe pads, preserved in amber from Myanmar (abstract)". Zootaxa .
  2. Myers, P., R.; Espinosa, C. S. Parr, T. Jones, G. S. Hammond, and T. A. Dewey. (2008). "Infraorder GekkotaInfraorder Gekkota (blind lizards, geckos, and legless lizards)". The Animal Diversity Web (online) 
  3. T. Townsend, A. Larson, E. Louis, et J. R. Macey, "Molecular phylogenetics of Squamata: The position of snakes, amphisbaenians, and dibamids, and the root of the squamate tree," Systematic Biology 53 (2004): 735–758.
  4. N. Vidal et S. B. Hedges, "The phylogeny of squamate reptiles (lizards, snakes, and amphisbaenians) inferred from nine nuclear protein-coding genes," Comptes Rendus Biologies 328(2005):1000–1008.
  5. D. Han, K. Zhou, et A. M. Bauer, "Phylogenetic relationships among gekkotan lizards inferred from c-mos nuclear DNA sequences and a new classification of the Gekkota," Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 83 (2004): 353– 368.
  6. T. Gamble, A. M. Bauer, E. Greenbaum, et T. R. Jackman, "Out of the blue: A novel, trans-Atlantic clade of geckos (Gekkota, Squamata)," Zoologica Scripta 37(2008): 355-366.
  7. T. Gamble, A. M. Bauer, E. Greenbaum, et T. R. Jackman, "Evidence for Gondwanan vicariance in an ancient clade of gecko lizards," Journal of Biogeography 35(2008):88-104.
  8. T. Gamble, A. M. Bauer, G. R. Colli, E. Greenbaum, T. R. Jackman, L. J. Vitt, et A. M. Simons, "Coming to America: Multiple Origins of New World Geckos," Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24(2011):231-244.
  9. Gamble, T., E. Greenbaum, T. R. Jackman, A. P. Russell, and A. M. Bauer. 2012. Repeated origin and loss of adhesive toepads in geckos. PLoS ONE 7:e39429

Nexus externi

[recensere | fontem recensere]
Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Gekkota spectant.
Vide "Gekkota" apud Vicispecies.