Go to: main text of page main navigation local menu. Ctenosaura differs from Cachryx in the following character states: Up to 4 cusps on teeth. Modal number of premaxillary teeth, 7. Crista cranii arranged as a smooth curve between the frontal and prefrontal. Subdigital lamellae under the first phalanx of the third digit of the pes not fused.

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Ctenosaura acanthura (Shaw, 1802)

Ctenosaura acanthura , commonly known as the northeastern spinytail iguana , is a species of iguanid lizard endemic to Mexico. The northeastern spinytail iguana was first described by British zoologist George Shaw in Northeastern spinytail iguanas have distinctive keeled scales on their long tails , which give them their common name. Northeastern spinytail iguanas are excellent climbers, and prefer a rocky habitat with plenty of crevices to hide in, rocks to bask on, and nearby trees to climb.







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