Reptiles

1) AMPHISBAENIDAE: (2)

Amphisbaena fulginosa (bassleri), VANZOLINI 1951
Amphisbaena spec.

2) TESTUDINEA: (2)

Geocheleone denticulata, LINNAEUS 1758, Motelo amarillo
Geocheleone carbonaria, SPIX 1824, TDF, Motelo negro

3) CHELIDAE: (6)

Chelus fimbriatus, SCHNEIDER 1783, Mata Mata
Platemys platycephala, SCHNEIDER 1792, Asna Charapa
Podocnemis unifilis, TROSCHEL 1848, TARIKAYA, endangered
Podocnemis expansa, SCHWEIGGER 1812, CHARAPA, endangered
Podocnemis sextuberculata, CORNALIA 1849, CUPRIZO
Phrynops gibbosus, SCHWEIGGER 1812

1 new tortoise of the Big Head type and long tail in Huayllabamba river (Lagarto Charapa), hiding in rock fissures

4) KINOSTERNIDAE: (1)

Kinosternon scorpioides LINNAEUS 1766

5) CROCODYLIDAE: (4)

Caiman crocodylus, LINNAEUS 1758, Lagarto Blanco, species in retreat!
Melanosuchus niger, SPIX 1825, Lagarto Negro
Paleosuchus palpebrosus, CUVIER 1807, Lagarto Amarillo or Shanyo Lagarto
Paleosuchus trigonatus, SCHNEIDER 1801, Lagarto Amarillo or Shanyo Lagarto
Both Paleosuchus and Melanosuchus severely endangered.

6) GEKKONIDAE: (4)

Gonatodes humeralis, GUICHENOT 1855, Salamandra
Hemidactylus mabouia, MOREAU DE JONNES 1818, Salamandra Africana
Pseudogonatodes guianensis, PARKER 1935, dwarf gecko.
Thecadactylus rapicaudus, HOUTTUYN 1782, Salamandra gigante, campesinos consider extremely toxic.

7) IGUANIDAE: (18)

Anolis f. fuscoauratus, D'ORBIGNY 1837
Anolis ortonii, COPE 1868
Anolis punctatus boulengeri
Anolis trachyderma
, COPE 1876
Anolis spec.1, green, small, LFY
Anolis spec.2, long legs, LFY
Enyalioides palpebralis, BOULENGER 1883
Enyalioides laticeps festae, GUICHENOT 1855
Enyalioides spec.1
Enyalioides spec.2
Enyalioides spec. nov. ,
Cloud Forest (in progr.)

Iguana iguana, LINNAEUS 1785
Ophryosseoides spec.1, green, small, keeled scales, orange throat
Ophryoessoides spec.2, brown with loop design, without spiny crest.
Polychrus marmoratus, LINNAEUS 1758, False Camaeleon.
Stenocercus spec., (not roseiventris!), tail without spines.
Stenocercus (Ophyroessoiodes) aculeatus, O'SHAUGHNESSY 1879, km 48 C.Y., spiny headcrest, lila venter.
Tropidurus (Uracentron) flaviceps, GUICHENOT 1855
Tropidurus (Plica) umbra ochrocollaris, SPIX 1825

8) SCINCIDAE: (1)

Mabuya bistriata, SPIX 1825 (= Mabuya mabouya?)

9) TEIIDAE: (19)

Ameiva ameiva (petersi?), LINNAEUS 1758
Arthrosaura reticulata, O'SHAUGHNESSY 1881
Arthrosaura spec.1, Chazuta, crested parallel lines on dorsum, KU
Bachia huallagana, DIXON 1973
Bachia t. trinasale, COPE 1868
Dracaena guianensis, DAUDIN 1802
Euspondylus maculatus, TSCHUDI 1845, LITREC, not confirmed
Iphisa elegans elegans, GRAY 1851
Iphisa elegans soinii, DIXON 1974
Kentropyx altamazonica, COPE 1876
Kentropyx pelviceps, COPE 1868
Leposoma parietale, COPE 1885
Neusticurus ecpleopus, COPE 1876
Neusticurus strangulatus strangulatus, COPE 1868
Prionodactylus argulus, PETERS 1862
Prionodactylus manicatus
Ptychoglossus brevifrontalis
, BOULENGER 1912
Tupinambis teguixin (nigropunctatus), Iguana, eaten by campesinos.
Tupinambis spec.nov., giant, green, Tropical Dry Forest, Iguana..

10) WORMSNAKES - TYPHLOPIDAE: (4)

Leptotyphlops spec., slender, yellow head and tail, Serpiente dos cabezas.
Leptothyphlops diaplocius, OREJAS- MIRANDA 1969, LITREC, not confirmed.
Typhlops spec., fossorial, Huaico, Tarapoto & Partido Alto, male with yellow spots on head/ tail, robust and stout body.

Typhlops reticulatus, LINNAEUS 1758, LITREC, confirmed.

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