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3. 4. 5. NEW MEXICO BLIND SNAKE Leptot~p~lops dulcis dissectus A facial pit between eyeand nostril (Fig. 12) .................................... 4 No facial pit between eye and nostril ........................................... 13 No rattle or button on end of tail ................................................ 5 Rattle or button on end of tail ................................................. 6 Loreal scalepresent, maximum of 23 dorsal scale rows; copper color, dorsal saddles dark to moderate brown, narrow along the middle of the back, and frequently not meeting I Fig.

A dorsal viewof various typesof lizard andsnake scales, and a ven~ralview of a male lizards~owingfemoral pores. 19. Head covered with small granular scales (Fig. g) ................................ 20 Head coveredwith scales of different sizes...................................... 21 20. Dorsal tuberclespresent among the dorsal granules, most evident over the rump....... RETICULATEDGECKO Dorsal tuberclesabsent.. 22 Belly scales rectangular, much larger than dorsal scales.........................

35 33. Black bands on neck absent .................................................. 34 Black bands on neck number one or two ........................ CHIHUAHUAN COLLARED LIZARD ~ r o t u p ~ ~collaris t u s fuscus 34. Head width equal to or greater than distance between ear and nostril ................. LONG-NOSED LEOPARD LIZARD G a ~ ~ e lwislizeni iu wislize~ 35. Dorsal scale rows equal in size; supranasals separating nasals from internasals ........ DESERT SIDE-BLOTCHED LIZARD Uta stans~uriunas t e j ~ e ~ e r i Three or more dorsal scale rows much larger than others: no scales betweennasals and internasals ......................................................

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