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Echinosaura
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Echinosaura is a genus of lizards called the spined tegus. They occur in tropical rainforests of Panama and South America. The lizards are normally brown in color and have spines on the head, torso, and tail.

Seven species are recognised:[1]

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Echinosaura: Brief Summary
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Echinosaura is a genus of lizards called the spined tegus. They occur in tropical rainforests of Panama and South America. The lizards are normally brown in color and have spines on the head, torso, and tail.

Seven species are recognised:

Echinosaura brachycephala Köhler, Böhme & Schmitz, 2004 Echinosaura horrida Boulenger, 1890 Echinosaura keyi Fritts & Smith, 1969 Echinosaura orcesi Fritts, Almendáriz & Samec, 2002 Echinosaura palmeri Boulenger, 1911 Echinosaura panamensis Barbour, 1924 Echinosaura sulcarostrum Donnelly, Macculloch, Ugarte, & Kizirian, 2006
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