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  • Rieppel, O. 1988. The classification of the Squamata. Pages 261-293 in M. J. Benton, ed., The phylogeny and classification of tetrapods, Volume 1: Amphibians, reptiles, birds, Clarendon Press, Oxford.
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  • Schwenk, K. 1988. Comparative morphology of the lepidosaur tongue and its relevance to squamate phylogeny. Pages 569-598 in R. Estes and G. Pregill, eds., Phylogenetic relationships of the lizard families. Essays commemorating Charles L. Camp. Stanford University Press, Stanford, California.
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