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  • Donoso-Barros,R. 1961. The reptiles of the Lund University Chile Expedition. Copeia 1961 (4): 486-488.
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  • Lobo, F.; Espinoza, R.E. and S. Quinteros. 2010. A critical review and systematic discussion of recent classification proposals for liolaemid lizards. Zootaxa 2549: 1–30.
  • SCHULTE II, JAMES A.; J. ROBERT MACEY, ROBERT E. ESPINOZA AND ALLAN LARSON. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships in the iguanid lizard genus Liolaemus: multiple origins of viviparous reproduction and evidence for recurring Andean vicariance and dispersal. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 69: 75–102.
  • Veloso A & J Navarro. 1988. Lista sistemática y distribución geográfica de anfibios y reptiles de Chile. Bulletin dil Museo Regionale Sciencia Naturale, Torino (Italia) 6: 481-539.
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