010-gerrhonotus rudicollis, gerrhonotus imbricatus - high resolution image from old book.
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Herpetologia Mexicana, seu Descriptio amphibiorum Novae Hispaniae : quae itineribus comitis de Sack, Ferdinandi Deppe et Chr. Guil. Schiede in Museum Zoologicum Berolinense pervenerunt. Pars prima, Saurorum species amplectens, adiecto systematis saurorum prodromo, additisque multis in hunc amphibiorum ordinem observationibus / : Wiegmann, Arend Friedrich August, and Deppe, Ferdinand, and Elsasser, and Pohlke, K. (Karl), and Sack, Albert von. and Schiede, Christian Julius Wilhelm, and Schmidt, F. A., and Unger Brothers (Berlin, Germany), and Zoologisches Museum in Berlin.
Publisher: Berolini :Sumptibus C.G. Luderitz, 1834
Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.