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Teiidae (p. 170) 10 Ventral scales smaller, in more numerous rows 10. Ventral scales quadrangular; scales on top of head small, more or less uniform, 11 tubercular; dorsal scales granular with numerous enlarged tubercles. _ Ventral scales pointed or rounded, not quadrangular; body and head scales 12 as described or not 11. Digits on hind leg of nearly equal length; enlarged tubercles covering most of dorsal surface of body; a series of about four large, paired postmentals on Helodermidae midline of chin, immediately back of mental (p.
A. Smith (Rec. , 1933, p. 16) indicate that neither the Eublepharidae nor the Uroplatidae are worthy of either family or subfamily distinction. — — — Genera. About 75 genera are commonly recognized. Range. World-wide, in tropical and semitropical areas. Remarks. Eight genera of this family occur in Mexican territory. Three of these have probably been introduced accidentally from other parts of the world. Peropus, with a single representative, arrived on the west coast of Mexico probably from the Philippines.
United States, except the northwestern quarter, south to northern South America. Species. About 22 species and subspecies, 12 of which are known to occur in Mexico. KEY TO MEXICAN SPECIES OF KINOSTERNON 1. Plastron rounded behind, not incised or indented; stridulation organs (on concealed surfaces of shank and thigh) in males poorly developed or absent; plastron large, completely closing shell in adults 2 BULLETIN 22 19 9, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM Plastron incised or indented behind; stridulation organs in males well developed or not; plastron at least sonaewhat smaller, not completely closing shell even in adults 2.
AN ANNOTATED CHECKLIST AND KEY TO THE REPTILES OF MEXICO EXCLUSIVE OF THE SNAKES by H. & E. Taylor Smith