Another Cryptic Associate of the Lizard Sceloporus Formosus in Guerrero, Mexico
Journal of Herpetology
Sceloporus adleri, a new species founded on 41 specimens, is related to the geographically adjacent species S. formosus, and is presumably limited to the Sierra Madre del Sur, Guerrero, Mexico. This Sierra appears to possess sufficient biotic endemism to justify recognition as a distinctive biotic province.
Smith, Hobart M., and Alan H. Savitzky. 1974. Another cryptic associate of the lizard Sceloporus formosus in Guerrero, Mexico. Journal of Herpetology, 8(4):297-303.