Nebraska Academy of Sciences


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1988. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, XVI: 85-86. Copyright © 1988 Morrison and Powell


Based upon published evidence (Baxter and Stone, 1985), either lizard distributions in Wyoming are extremely patchy or they are not well known. It is apparent that many of the localities for different species are coincidental and clustered in particular areas of the state, suggesting that parts of the state are better collected than others. and that much is still to be learned about the distributions of Wyoming lizards. We report some observations of lizards in Wyoming, some with vouchers and some without, that are of some distributional significance. Five species or subspecies of lizards were observed at four localities.

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