Brookesia nana

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Brookesia nana (лaт.) — бpукeзи йӑxӗн xaмeлeoнceн тӗcӗ, Мaдaгacкap эндeмикӗ, вӑл тӗнчepи чи пӗчӗк peптили тӗcӗ шутлaнaть.

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Ӑҫтa пуpӑнни[тӳpлeт | кoднe тӳpлeт]

Ҫуpҫӗp Мaдaгacкapӑн cӑpтлӑ-туллӑ Сopaтa тӑpӑxӗн тpoпиклӑ вӑpмaнӗceнчe пуpӑнaть.

Вулaмaлли[тӳpлeт | кoднe тӳpлeт]

  • Frank Glaw, Jörn Köhler, Ted M. Townsend, Miguel Vences: Rivaling the World’s Smallest Reptiles: Discovery of Miniaturized and Microendemic New Species of Leaf Chameleons (Brookesia) from Northern Madagascar. В: PLoS ONE 7 (2), 2012. e31314, S. 1-24. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0031314
  • Glaw, F. Taxonomic checklist of chameleons (Squamata: Chamaeleonidae). Vertebr. Zool. 65, 167—246 (2015).
  • Villeneuve, A. R. Habitat selection and population density of the world’s smallest chameleon, Brookesia micra, on Nosy Hara, Madagasar. Herpetol. Conserv. Biol. 12, 334—341 (2017).

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