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  • Burger, W. Leslie. 1950. New, revived, and reallocated names for North American whiptailed lizards, Genus Cnemidophorus. Natural History Miscellanea, Chicago Acad. Sci. (65): 1-9.
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  • Cooper Jr., W.E. 2005. Duration of movement as a lizard foraging movement variable. Herpetologica 61 (4): 363-372.
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  • Degenhardt, William G.; C. W. Painter, and A. H. Price. 1996. Amphibians and reptiles of New Mexico. Univ. New Mexico Press.
  • Dessauer, H.C. & Cole, C.J. 1984. INFLUENCE OF GENE DOSAGE ON ELECTROPHORETIC PHENOTYPES OF PROTEINS FROM LIZARDS OF THE GENUS CNEMIDOPHORUS. Camp. Biochem. Physiol. 77B (1): 181-189.
  • Dessauer, Herbert C.; Cole, Charles J. &  Townsend, Carol R. 2000. Hybridization among western whiptail lizards (Cnemidophorus tigris) in southwestern New Mexico : population genetics, morphology, and ecology in three contact zones. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 246: 1-148.
  • Dessauer,H.C. & Cole,C.J. 1991. Genetics of whiptail lizards (Reptiia: Teiidae: Cnemidophorus) in a hybrid zone in southwestern New Mexico. Copeia 1991 (2): 622-637.
  • Dickerson, M. C. 1919. Diagnoses of twenty-three new species and a new genus of lizards from Lower California. Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 41 (10): 461-477.
  • Eaton, Theodore H., Jr. 1935. Report on amphibians and reptiles of the Navajo country. Bulletin 3. Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition : 1-20.
  • FLESCH, AARON D.; DON E. SWANN, DALE S. TURNER, AND BRIAN F. POWELL. 2010. HERPETOFAUNA OF THE RINCON MOUNTAINS, ARIZONA. THE SOUTHWESTERN NATURALIST 55(2):240–253.
  • Flores-Villela, Oscar / McCoy, C. J., ed. 1993. Herpetofauna Mexicana: Lista anotada de las especies de anfibios y reptiles de México, cambios taxonómicos recientes, y nuevas especies. Carnegie Museum of Natural History Special Publication, no. 17. iv + 73
  • González-Bernal, Marco Antonio, Eric Mellink and Carlos Payán-Esquerra. 2001. Geographic distribution. Cnemidophorus tigris. Herpetological Review 32 (3):192.
  • Gorman, Geroge C.;Kim, Y. J.;Taylor, Ch. E. 1977. Genetic variation in irradiated and control populations of Cnemidophorus tigris (Sauria, Teiidae) from Mercury, Nevada with a discussion of genetic variability in lizards. Theor. Appl. Genet. 49: 9-14.
  • Grismer, L. L.; & Hollingsworth, B. D. 1996. Cnemidophorus tigris does not occur on Isla San Benito, Baja California, México. Herpetological Review 27 (2): 69-70.
  • Grismer, L. Lee. 1996. Cnemidophorus tigris does not occur on Isla San Benito, Baja California, México. Herpetological Review 27 (2): 69-70.
  • Grismer, L. Lee. 1999. An evolutionary classification of reptiles on islands in the Gulf of California, México. Herpetologica 55 (4): 446-469.
  • Hardy, Laurence M. and Charles J. Cole. 1998. Morphology of a Sterile, Tetraploid, Hybrid Whiptail Lizard (Squamata: Teiidae: Cnemidophorus). American Museum Novitates 3228: 16 pp.
  • Hendricks,F.S. & Dixon,J.R. 1986. Systematics and biogeography of Cnemidophorus marmoratus (Sauria: Teiidae). Texas J. Sci. 38: 327-402.
  • Holotype: Burger, W. L. 1950. Natural History Miscellanea, The Chicago Academy of Sciences. (65): 2.
  • Lazcano Villarreal, David & Dixon, J.R. 2002. Lista Preliminar de la Herpetofauna del Estado de Nuevo León. http://www.uanl.mx/facs/fcb/deptos/herpetologia/pdf/herpetofauna_nl.pdf.
  • Lectotype: Maslin, T. P. & Secoy, D. M. 1986. Contributions in Zoology, University of Colorado Museum. (1): 36.; Cope, E. D. 1900. Report of the United States National Museum for 1898. 582.; Syntype: Maslin, T. P. & Secoy, D. M. 1986. Contributions in Zoology, University of Colorado Museum. (1): 36.; Cope, E. D. 1900. Report of the United States National Museum for 1898. 582.
  • Leviton, Alan E.; Banta, Benjamin H. 1964. Midwinter reconnaissance of the herpetofauna of the Cape Region of Baja California, Mexico. Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci. 30 (7): 127-156.
  • Liner,E.A. 1994. Scientific and common names for the Amphibians and Reptiles of Mexico in English and Spanish. Herpetol. Circ. No. 23: 1-113, SSAR.
  • Longevity Records: Life Spans of Mammals, Birds, Amphibians, Reptiles, and Fish (Online source)   http://www.demogr.mpg.de/longevityrecords External link.
  • Lowe, Charles H., Jr;Wright, John W.;Cole, Charles J.;Bezy, Robert L. 1970. Chromosomes and evolution of the species groups of Cnemidophorus (Reptilia: Teiidae). Systematic Zoology 19: 128-141.
  • McCoy, Clarence J. 1966. Life history and ecology of Cnemidophorus tigris septentrionalis. Dissertation Abstracts International 26 (12): (2 p.).
  • Mosauer, Walter. 1936. The reptilian fauna of sand dune areas of Vizcaino Desert and of northwestern Lower California. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan (329): 1-21.
  • Paralectotype: Maslin, T. P. & Secoy, D. M. 1986. Contributions in Zoology, University of Colorado Museum. (1): 36.; Cope, E. D. 1900. Report of the United States National Museum for 1898. 582.; Syntype: Maslin, T. P. & Secoy, D. M. 1986. Contributions in Zoology, University of Colorado Museum. (1): 36.; Cope, E. D. 1900. Report of the United States National Museum for 1898. 582.
  • Parker, W. S. 1972. Ecological study of the western whiptail lizard, Cnemidophorus tigris gracilis, in Arizona. Herpetologica 28 (4): 360-369.
  • Pianka, Eric R. 1970. Comparative autoecology of the lizard Cnemidophorus tigris in different parts of its geographic range. Ecology 51 (4): 703-720.
  • REEDER,T.W.; CHARLES J. COLE AND HERBERT C. DESSAUER. 2002. Phylogenetic Relationships of Whiptail Lizards of the Genus Cnemidophorus (Squamata: Teiidae): A Test of Monophyly, Reevaluation of Karyotypic Evolution, and Review of Hybrid Origins. American Museum Novitates 3365: 1-64.
  • Rochester, Carlton J.; Cheryl S. Brehme, Denise R. Clark, Drew C. Stokes, Stacie A. Hathaway, and Robert N. Fisher. 2010. Reptile and Amphibian Responses to Large-Scale Wildfires in Southern California. Journal of Herpetology 44 (3): 333–351.
  • Stebbins,R.C. 1985. A Field Guide to Western Reptiles and Amphibians, 2nd ed. Houghton Mifflin, Boston.
  • Stejneger, L.H., and T. Barbour. 1917. A Check List of North American Amphibians and Reptiles. Harvard University Press, Cambridge. 4: i-iv, 1-125.
  • Tanner, Vasco M. 1930. The amphibians and reptiles of Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Copeia 1930 (2): 41-43.
  • Tanner, Vasco M.;Hayward, C. Lynn. 1934. A biological study of the La Sal Mountains, Utah report No. 1 (Ecology). Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 11: 209-235.
  • Taylor, Edward Harrison. 1938. Notes on the herpetological fauna of the Mexican state of Sonora. Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull. 24 (19): 475-503 [1936].
  • Taylor, Harry L. Walker, James M. 1996. Application of the names Cnemidophorus tigris disparilis and C. t. punctilinealis to valid taxa (Sauria: Teiidae) and relegation of the names C. t. gracilis and C. t. dickersonae to appropriate synonymies. Copeia 1996 (1): 140-148.
  • Taylor,H.L. & Buschman,D. 1993. A multivariate analysis of geographic variation inthe teiid lizard Cnemidophorus tigris septentrionalis. Herpetologica 49 (1): 42-51.
  • Taylor,H.L., Beyer,C.; Harris,L. & Pham,H. 1994. Subspecific relationships in the teiid lizard Cnemidophorus tigris in Southwestern Arizona. Journal of Herpetology 28 (2): 247-253.
  • Tinkle, D. W. 1959. Observations on the lizards Cnemidophorus tigris, Cnemidophorus tessellatus and Crotaphytus wislizeni. Southwestern Naturalist 4 (4): 195-200.
  • Turner, F. B.;Medica, P. A.;Lannom, J. R.;Hoddenbach, G. A. 1969. A demographic analysis of fenced populations of the whiptail lizard, Cnemidophorus tigris, in southern Nevada. Southwestern Naturalist 14 (2): 189-202.
  • Turner, Frederick B.;Wauer, Roland H. 1963. A survey of the herpetofauna of the Death Valley area. Great Basin Naturalist 23 (3-4): 119-128.
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  • Walker, J. Martin;Maslin, T. Paul. 1965. Cnemidophorus tigris punctatus: A new whiptail lizard from northwestern Sonora, Mexico. University of Colorado Studies. Series in Biology (20): 1-8.
  • Walker, J. Martin;Maslin, T. Paul. 1969. A review of the San Pedro Nolasco whiptail lizard (Cnemidophorus bacatus Van Denburgh and Slevin). American Midland Naturalist 82 (1): 127-139.
  • Walker, James M., James E. Cordes and Harry L. Taylor. 1997. Parthenogenetic Cnemidophorus tesselatus complex (Sauria: Teiidae): A neotype for diploid C. tesselatus (Say, 1823), redescription of the taxon, and description of a new triploid species. Herpetologica 53 (2): 233-259.
  • Walker,J.M. 1981. A new subspecies of Cnemidophorus tigris from South Coronado Island, Mexico. Journal of Herpetology 15 (2): 193-197.
  • Walker,J.M. 1981. On the status of the lizard, Cnemidophorus tigris dickersonae VAN DENBURGH and SLEVIN. Journal of Herpetology 15 (2): 199-206.
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  • Wright,J.W. 1994. The North American deserts and species diversity in the lizards of the genus Cnemidophorus. In: Brown,P.R. & Wrigth,J.W. (eds): Herpetology of the North American deserts. Proceedings of a symposium, Spec. Publ., Southwest. Herp. Soc., Lakeside, California, pp. 255-271.
  • Zweifel, R.G. 1956. The Identity of the Mexican Lizard, Cnemidophorus gadovi. Copeia 1956 (4): 260.
  • Zweifel, Richard G. 1958. Cnemidophorus tigris variolosus, a revived subspecies of whiptail lizard from Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 9: 94-101.
  • Zweifel, Richard G. 1958. Results of the Puritan-American Museum of Natural History Expedition to western Mexico 2. Notes on reptiles and amphibians from the Pacific Coastal Islands of Baja California. American Museum Novitates (1895): 1-17.
  • Zweifel, Richard G. 1962. Analysis of hybridization between two subspecies of the desert whiptail lizard, Cnemidophorus tigris. Copeia 1962 (4): 749-766.

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