Japalura andersoniana Annandale, 1905

Denzer, Wolfgang & Manthey, Ulrich, 2019, Catalogue of type specimens of the agamid lizard genus Japalura s. l. (Squamata: Agamidae: Draconinae), Zootaxa 4612 (1), pp. 109-125: 113-118

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Japalura andersoniana Annandale, 1905 

J. Proc. Asiat. Soc. Bengal (1) 3: 85

Holotype: ZSI 4104, male, Duffla Hills, Assam-Bhutan Frontier, coll. Col. Godwin-Austen

Paratype: NHMUK 1946.8View Materials.13.95 (original number NHMUKAbout NHMUK 1906.8.10.5), male, Duffla Hills, Assam-Bhutan Frontier, coll. Col. Godwin-Austen 

Type locality: Duffla [= Dafla], Assam/ Bhutan border (fide Wermuth 1967)

Remarks: According to Das et al. (1998) ZSI 15755View Materials (from ‘Nainital, 6,600 ft. ’) is also listed as a type for J. andersoniana  in the register, but this specimen was fixed by Annandale (1907) as the holotype of J. kumaonensis  . As ZSI 15755View Materials was collected by Annandale only in 1906 the specimen cannot possibly have been present in the collection when J. andersoniana  was first described.

Japalura batangensis Li, Deng, Wu & Wang, 2001  = Diploderma batangense ( Li, Deng, Wu & Wang, 2001) J. Sich. Teach. Coll.  22 (4): 329

Holotype: STCAbout STC Ba-98012, adult male, Wangjiao (29°17.6′N, 99°5.2′E), Batang Country , Sichuan, 2,400 m asl, coll. Wu Yi, 9 Aug. 1998GoogleMaps 

Allotype: STCAbout STC Ba-98004, adult female; Quxigong Village (29°46.1′N, 99°3.8′E) Batang Country , Sichuan, 4,100 m asl, coll. Wan Yu, 29 July 1998.GoogleMaps 

Paratypes: STCAbout STC Ba98010; Ba98014; Ba98017, three males  ; STCAbout STC Ba98015; Ba98016; Ba98018, three females: collected from the same locality as holotype, 5–9 Aug. 1998GoogleMaps  .

Type locality: Wangjiao (29°17.6′N, 99°5.2′E), Batang Country, Sichuan, 2,400 m asl, PR China

Japalura bengalensis Annandale, 1912  = Japalura variegata Gray, 1853 

Rec. Indian Mus. 8(2): 57, pl. V fig. 4

Holotype: ZSI 12564View Materials female, Buxa , Jalpaiguri district, Bengal frontier of Bhutan 

Type locality: Buxa, Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, India

Remarks: In an earlier publication Annandale (1906: 288) referred to this specimen as a male Japalura yunnanensis  . We follow Smith (1935) and consider J. bengalensis  conspecific with Japalura variegata  .

Japalura brevicauda Manthey, Denzer, Hou & Wang, 2012  = Diploderma brevicauda ( Manthey, Denzer, Hou & Wang, 2012) 

Zootaxa 3200: 29

Holotype: AMNH 19879View Materials (formerly a paratype of J. flaviceps  ), male, Snow Mt. Village , 2,740 m asl (27°05’N, 100°11’E), 19 km north of Lijiang, coll. R. C. Andrews and E. Heller, Nov. 1916GoogleMaps  Paratypes. AMNH 19878View Materials (formerly a paratype of J. flaviceps  ), female, temple on a mountain (2,590 m) overlooking Lijiang, coll. R. C. Andrews and E. Heller, 11. Oct. 1916  ; NMWAbout NMW 20853View Materials, juvenile, Lijiang , coll. von Handel- Mazzetti, June 1915  ; ZMBAbout ZMB 28932View Materials, female, eastern slopes of the Yulong Snow Mountains , near Lijiang (ca. 26°53’N, 100°11’E,> 2,500 m asl.), coll. C. Schneider, between July and Oct. 1914GoogleMaps 

Type locality: Eastern slopes of Yulong Snow Mountains, vicinity of Lijiang, Lijiang Prefecture, Yunnan, PR China

Japalura brevipes Gressit, 1936  = Diploderma brevipes ( Gressitt, 1936) 

Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 49: 117

Holotype: CASAbout CAS 71998View Materials, female, Bukai , near Horisha, Central Formosa (altitude 1,200 m), coll. J. L. Gressitt, 16 June 1934 

Paratypes: MVZAbout MVZ 19308View Materials, female  ; MVZ 23357–58View Materials, one female and one juvenile; same locality as the holotype 

Type locality: Bukai (Wu-chieh, Wujie), Yilan, Taiwan

Remarks: Gressitt’s (1936) assignment of paratypes is slightly ambiguous. He mentioned three paratypes although he actually lists four: “Three paratypes: two adult females (one in Mus. Vert. Zoöl.) and a juvenile, with the same data; a juvenile specimen from Sakahen, eastern Formosa, alt. 1,100 meters, July 13, 1934 ”. While it appears that only one specimen should be extant in the MVZ collection, their database lists two further specimens with the same collection data as the holotype ( MVZ 23357View Materials –58, 23357 listed as paratopotype) and one specimen from Sakahen that has been collected by Gressitt on 13 July 1934 ( MVZ 23359View Materials). As neither the CAS online database nor the handwritten catalogue by Slevin lists further specimens collected by Gressitt we consider MVZ 23357View Materials –58 as paratypes. As Gressitt’s statement regarding the number of paratypes is ambiguous we do not list MVZ 23359View Materials as paratype although it was part of the original series collected by Gressitt.

J. brevipes  has been treated by most authors as a junior synonym of J. swinhonis  since Okada (1937) considered them conspecific. Ota (1989b) revalidated J. brevipes  to full species rank. For this work he examined the holotype and a paratype ( MVZAbout MVZ 19308View Materials)  .

Japalura dasi ( Shah & Kästle, 2002)  see Oriotiaris dasi Shah & Kästle in Schleich & Kästle, 2002 

Japalura drukdaypo Wang, Ren, Jiang, Zou, Wu, Che & Siler, 2019  = Diploderma drukdaypo ( Wang, Ren, Jiang, Zou, Wu, Che & Siler, 2019) 

Zootaxa 4544: 508

Holotype: KIZ 027616View Materials, adult male, Chaya County, Chamdo , Tibet, China (30.7294°N, 97.3808°E, elevation 3,310 m, WGS 84), coll. K. Wang, 19 June 2016GoogleMaps 

Paratypes: KIZ 027617–19View Materials,  KIZ 027629–30View Materials, adult females, coll. K. Wang & G. Nima, 19 June 2016  ; KIZ 027628View Materials, adult male, coll. K. Wang & G. Nima, 21 June 2016  ; all with same locality data as holotype  ; KIZ 016486View Materials, adult female, Kanuo , Chamdo, Tibet, China (31.0433°N, 97.2239°E, elevation 3,245 m, WGS 84), coll. D. Zou & F. Yan, 13 May 2015GoogleMaps 

Type locality: Chaya County, Chamdo, Tibet, PR China

Remarks: Although in an earlier paper Wang et al (2018) resurrected the genus Diploderma  their new species ( Wang et al. 2019) is described as Japalura  s. l. and the previous taxonomic paper is not mentioned at all. Based on their description and apparent close relationship to flaviceps  we assign the species drukdaypo  to the genus Diploderma  . It should also be noted that within the publication the year of description is given as 2016 although the paper was only published in 2019.

Japalura fasciata Mertens, 1926  = Diploderma fasciatum ( Mertens, 1926) 

Senckenbergiana 8 (3–4): 146

Holotype: SMF 9871View Materials, male, H. Fruhstorfer 

Type locality: not known.

Remarks: The type specimen was purchased by the Senckenberg Museum from H. Fruhstorfer, Tonkin (N Vietnam) [Boettger (1904)]. This apparently led Smith (1935) to state “ Tongking ” as the type locality.

Japalura flaviceps Barbour & Dunn, 1919  = Diploderma flaviceps ( Barbour & Dunn, 1919) 

Proc. New England zool. Club 7: 16

Holotype: MCZAbout MCZ R-12469, adult male, sandy shores of the Tung River in western Szechuan, coll. W. R. Zappey, 7. Feb 1908. 

Paratypes: MCZAbout MCZ R12470–73View Materials, all listed as skeletons, same data as the holotype  ;

Type locality: Tung River (= Dadu He), Western Szechuan (= Sichuan), China

Remarks: Barbour & Dunn (1919) listed three further paratypes from the Snow Mountains near Lichiangfu in northern Yunnan, not far from the Szechuan frontier AMNH collection. Of these AMNH 19879 was later designated as the holotype for Japalura brevicauda Manthey, Denzer, Hou & Wang, 2012  and AMNH 19878 as a paratype for that species. The whereabouts of the third specimen is unknown.

Japalura hamptoni Smith, 1935  = Diploderma hamptoni ( Smith, 1935) 

Fauna Brit. India: 175

Holotype: 1946.8.14.1 (formerly NHMUKAbout NHMUK 1908.9.18.1), male, Mogok, Upper Burma, coll. H. Hampton, 1908 

Type locality: Mogok, Pyin Oo Lwin District, Mandalay Region, Myanmar

Japalura iadina Wang, Jiang, Siler & Che, 2016  = Diploderma iadinum ( Wang, Jiang, Siler & Che, 2016) 

Zool. Res. 37(1): 51

Holotype: KIZ 019321View Materials, adult male, Lancang Valley at Ninong, Deqin, northwest Yunnan, China (28.370255° N, 98.865287° E), 2,062 m asl, coll. K. Wang, 27 May 2015GoogleMaps 

Allotopotype: KIZAbout KIZ 09398View Materials, adult female, coll. D.-H. Zou, same data as the holotypeGoogleMaps 

Paratopotypes: KIZ 09401View Materials –03, 019322, 019323, 019325–28, all adult males, coll. K. Wang, K. Jiang and D.- H. Zou

Type locality: Lancang Valley at Ninong, Deqin, northwest Yunnan, China (28.370255° N, 98.865287° E)

Japalura kumaonensis ( Annandale, 1907)  see Acanthosaura kumaonensis Annandale, 1907 

Japalura laeviventris Wang, Jiang, Zou, Siler & Che, 2016  = Diploderma laeviventre ( Wang, Jiang, Zou, Siler & Che, 2016) 

Zool. Res. 37(1): 42

Holotype: KIZ 014038View Materials, adult male, near the Nujiang Bridge in the upper Nujiang Valley at Baxoi, Qamdo, eastern Tibet, coll. K. Jiang, 3 July 2013 

Paratopotypes: KIZAbout KIZ 014037, adult male; KIZAbout KIZ 0141041.043, three adult females; all coll. K. Jiang, K. Wang & Y.-Q. Sun

Type locality: near the Nujiang Bridge in the upper Nujiang Valley at Baxoi (=Basu), Qamdo (=Changdu), eastern Tibet (= Xizang), China (30.10034° N, 97.22787° E, 2739 m asl)

Japalura luei Ota, Chen & Shang, 1998  = Diploderma luei ( Ota, Chen & Shang, 1998) 

Copeia 1998 (3): 649

Holotype: NTNUB 2235, adult male, Mt. Taipingshan , Nanao Hsiang, Ilan Pref., Taiwan coll. S.-L. Chen, 5 Sept. 1995 

Paratypes: KUZAbout KUZ R32929View Materials –930View Materials, 32940View Materials, 32953View Materials,  NMNS 2816View Materials, five adult males  ; KUZAbout KUZ R32939View Materials, one immature male, all having the same data as the holotype  ; TM RL0425, adult female, same locality as the holotype, coll. G. Shang, 8 July 1996 

Type locality: Mt. Taipingshan, Nanao Hsiang, Ilan Pref., Taiwan (24°31’N, 121°30’E, 1950–2000 m asl)

Japalura major ( Jerdon, 1870)  see Oreocalotes major Jerdon, 1870 

Japalura makii Ota, 1989  = Diploderma makii (Ota, 1989) 

Copeia 1989 (3): 570

Holotype: OMNHAbout OMNH (Osaka) R2565, adult male, Chitou , Nantou Pref., Taiwan, ca. 1,500m asl, coll. H. Ota, 13 Aug 1986 

Paratypes: KUZ 7877View Materials, 7940View Materials, 7975View Materials, 8954View Materials  ; AMNHAbout AMNH R- 130926  ; NHMUK 1987.2183View Materials,  MCZ 172743View Materials,  USNM 281851View Materials  , eight males; OMNHAbout OMNH R2566View Materials,  KUZ 7857View Materials  , two females; all having same collection data as holotype 

Type locality: Chitou, Nantou Pref., Taiwan Province, China, about 1500 m asl, 23° 42’ N, 120° 47’ E

Japalura micangshanensis Song, 1987  = Diploderma micangshanense ( Song, 1987) 

Acta Herp. Sinica 6 (1): 59 (in Chinese), 64 (in English)

Holotype: SIZ 82158View Materials (Shaanxi Institute of Zoology) adult female, Qingmuchuan , Ningqiang County, Shaanxi, alt. 700 m, collected by the author 16. June 1982 

Allotype: SIZ 82132View Materials, adult male, alt. 750 m, 8. June, 1982 

Paratypes: 1 subadult male ( SIZ 82119View Materials)and  15 adult females ( SIZ 82092View Materials, 82120, 82125–6, 82135–8, 82152, 82159–60, 82186, 82193, 82254–5) from the same locality, 25. May to 28. June 1982 

Type locality: Qingmuchuan, Ningqiang County., Shaanxi Province, China, 700 m asl

Remarks: The catalogue numbers for the allotype and paratypes are only mentioned in the Chinese part of the description.

Japalura microlepis Jerdon, 1870  = Japalura variegata Gray, 1853 

Proc. Asiat. Soc. Bengal, 1870: 76

Holotype: NHMUK 1946.8View Materials.14.10 (original number NHMUKAbout NHMUK 1870.11.29.44), female (Boulenger: 309, specimen g), Sikkim, pres. T. C. Jerdon 

Type locality: Sikkim

Remarks: Jerdon (1870) only had a single specimen for the original description which therefore becomes the holotype. This specimen corresponds to specimen g in Boulenger (1885: 309). See also comments under J. variegata  . We follow Boulenger (1885) and consider Japalura microlepis  conspecific with J. variegata  .

Japalura mitsukurii Stejneger, 1898  = Diploderma swinhonis ( Günther, 1864) 

J. Coll. Sci. Univ. Tokyo  12: 218

Holotype: USNM 36505View Materials, male, Botel Tobago Island , coll. T. Tada, 1896/97 

Paratype: USMN 36506, female  ; CASAbout CAS 27257View Materials (formerly cotype e = presumably Science College Tokyo SCT 24 e)  , male, Botel Tobago Island ; SCT 24a, male; SCT 24b, female; SCT 24c, male; SCT 24d, male; all coll. T. Tada, 1896/97 

Type locality: Botel Tobago Island (= Lanyu Island)

Remarks: Alternatively TIU (Tokyo Imperial University; now University of Tokyo, Science College Museum, SCT) is used as the collection acronym (see Frost 2019).

Stejneger (1898) stated that the collection consisted of eight specimens. In his Herpetology of Japan (1907: 191) he only listed seven specimens, the ones listed above. He designated USNM 36505 as the type, which we understand is actually the holotype. Consequently, the remaining specimens are considered paratypes. Stejneger (1907) erroneously stated that the collection date was May 1899, i. e. after the original publication.

Van Denburgh (1912) synonymized J. mitsukurii  with J. swinhonis  and treated it as conspecific with or a subspecies of the latter. Most subsequent authors followed this classification until Ota (1988b) initially showed that J. mitsukurii  represents a valid species and that J. swinhonis formosensis  had to be considered conspecific with J. mitsukurii  . In a later publication Ota (1991a) revised this classification and stated that J. mitsukurii  , and consequently J. swinhonis formosensis  , constitutes a junior synonym of J. swinhonis  (= Diploderma swinhonis  ).

Japalura ngoclinensis Ananjeva, Orlov & Nguyen, 2017  = Diploderma ngoclinense ( Ananjeva, Orlov & Nguyen, 2017) 

AHR 8(1): 15

Holotype: ZISP 26230View Materials, adult female, above Mang Xang Village , Ngoc Linh Mountain, Dac Glei District, Kon Tum Province, Vietnam (15°05’ N 107°57’ E, 1650 m asl), coll. A. V. Abramov, 25 Mar. 2004GoogleMaps 

Paratypes: ZISP 26231View Materials, adult female and VNMNAbout VNMN  3110, subadult female, same data as the holotypeGoogleMaps 

Type locality: above Mang Xang Village, Ngoc Linh Mountain, Dac Glei District, Kon Tum Province, Vietnam (15°05’ N 107°57’ E, 1,650 m asl)

Remarks: Ananjeva et al (2017) used two different museum acronyms (VNMH and VNMN) for the Vietnamese collection where one of the paratypes has been deposited. Hitherto this collection has not been listed in previous herpetological publications. As the full name of the collection is given as Vietnam National Museum of Nature under author affiliations we consider VNMN as the correct acronym.

Wang et al. (2018) treat this species as conspecific with Diploderma splendidum ( Barbour & Dunn, 1919) 

Japalura otai Mahony, 2009  = Cristidorsa otai ( Mahony, 2009) 

Zootaxa 2212: 43

Holotype: ZSI 25217View Materials, male, “ Sairep, Lunglet District , Mizoram ”, coll. S.S. Saha, 19 Apr. 1995 

Paratypes: ZSI 25215View Materials and 25216, two females, locality data as for holotype, coll. S. S. Saha, 16 and 19 April 1995 

Type locality: Sairep (22°49’0 N, 92°49’0 E), Lunglei District, central Mizoram, northeast India

Japalura planidorsata Jerdon, 1870  = Cristidorsa planidorsata ( Jerdon, 1870) 

Proc. Asiat. Soc. Bengal, March 1870: 76

Syntypes: 1946.8.30.86–87 (formerly NHMUKAbout NHMUK (18)70.11.29.20–21), Khasi Hills, pres. T. C. Jerdon 

Type locality: Khasi Hills

Remarks: As Jerdon (1870) had two specimens but as he did not base his original description on any particular specimen we consider them as syntypes.

Japalura polygonata donan Ota, 2003  = Diploderma polygonatum donan ( Ota, 2003) 

Curr. Herp. 22 (2): 63, fig.2

Holotype: KUZAbout KUZ R234View Materials, adult male, Mt. Urabudake (24°27’N, 123°00’E, 130 m asl), Yonagunijima Island, coll. H. Ota, 17 Aug. 1981GoogleMaps 

Paratypes: KUZAbout KUZ R102View Materials, adult female, Higawa , Yonagunijima Island, coll. H. Ota, 30 Mar. 1981  ; KUZAbout KUZ R231View Materials, 238View Materials, two adult females, same data as the holotypeGoogleMaps  ; KUZAbout KUZ R415View Materials, adult female, between Higawa and Arakawabana, Yonagunijima Island, coll. H. Ota, 7 Mar. 1982  ; KUZAbout KUZ R971View Materials, 972View Materials, 975View Materials, 979View Materials, 997View Materials, four adult males and one adult female, between Mt Urabudake and Sonai, Yonagunijima Island, coll. T. Hayashi, K. Kawamura, S. Kobayashi, A. Mori, and H. Ota, 26 Mar. 1983  ; KUZAbout KUZ R1382View Materials, 1420View Materials, two adult females, Kubura , Yonagunijima Island, coll. H. Ota, 27 July 1983  ; KUZAbout KUZ R 2000–2003  , 2164, 2876, 3261-3263, 3265, 3269, 3270, 3281-3283, 3289, 3291-3294, 3982, 4517, 4518, 22 adult males, two adult females, and three juveniles, Mt. Urabudake , coll. H. Ota, 15 July 1984  ; KUZAbout KUZ R28117View Materials, 28118, two adult females, Kubura, coll. H. Ota, 25 June 1993; KUZAbout KUZ R56152-56156View Materials, 56158-56167View Materials, 15 adult males, Mt. Urabudake , coll. H. Ota, 25 March 2003 Type locality: Mt. Urabudake (24°27’N, 123°00’E, 130 m asl), Yonagunijima Island, JapanGoogleMaps 

Japalura polygonata ishigakiensis van Denburgh, 1912  = Diploderma polygonatum ishigakiense (van Denburgh, 1912) Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci.  , 4 (3): 211

Holotype: CASAbout CAS 21354View Materials, Ishigaki Shima, Loo Choo Isls. Japan, coll. V. Kühne, 25 May – 2 June 1910 

Paratypes: CAS 21355–361View Materials, Ishigaki Shima, Loo Choo Islands . Japan, coll. V. Kühne, 25 May – 2 June 1910  ; CAS 21362–377View Materials, Funaoke, Iriomote Shima, Loo Choo Islands . Japan, coll. V. Kühne, 24–25 May 1910  .

Type locality: Ishigaki Shima and Iriomote Shima, Ryukyu Islands, Japan

Remarks: The original description was first published by van Denburgh in a privately printed paper published also in 1912: “Advance diagnoses of new reptiles and amphibians from the Loo Choo Islands and Formosa ”.

Japalura polygonata miyakensis van Denburgh, 1912  = Diploderma polygonatum ishigakiense (van Denburgh, 1912) 

Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci., 4(3): 211

Holotype: CASAbout CAS 21353View Materials, Miyako Shima, Loo Choo Islands , coll. V. Kühne, 23–24 May 1910 

Paratypes: CAS 21346–352View Materials, Miyako Shima, Loo Choo Islands . Japan, coll. V. Kühne, 23–24 May 1910 

Type locality: Miyako Shima, Ryukyu Islands, Japan

Remarks: The original description was first published by van Denburgh in a privately printed paper published also in 1912: “Advance diagnoses of new reptiles and amphibians from the Loo Choo Islands and Formosa ”.

In his guide book about Japanese amphibians and reptiles Matsumoto (1979) did not list Japalura polygonata miyakensis  . Although Matsumoto (l. c.) did not explicitly synonymize the subspecies he treated poulations from Miyako Shima as identical with Japalura polygonata ishigakiensis  . Apart from Ota (1991b, 2003) there appears to be no further mention of Matsumoto‘s publication in herpetological literature.

Japalura polygonata xanthostoma Ota, 1991  = Diploderma polygonatum xanthostoma (Ota, 1991) Herpetologica  47: 288, fig.4

Holotype: KUZAbout KUZ R9855View Materials, adult male, Waishuangchi , Taipei Prefecture, Taiwan (25’06’ N, 121’33’ E), elevation approximately 100 m, coll. H. Ota, 13 June 1988 

Paratypes: KUZAbout KUZ R 1600–1602, 1609–1610  , all coll. T. Hikida, Aug 1976; KUZAbout KUZ R1649View Materials, 1657View Materials, 2058–2059  all coll. T. Hikida, April 1977; KUZAbout KUZ R2715View Materials, 2809View Materials, 2919View Materials 2923, 2933, 2978–2979  , 3036, 3056, 3219, 3964, 4360–4361, all coll. H. Ota, Oct 1984; KUZAbout KUZ R6707–6710View Materials, 7519–7534View Materials, 7537–7545View Materials, 7846View Materials, 7851–7855View Materials, 7861–7871View Materials, 7880–7882View Materials, 7884View Materials, 7901View Materials, 7922View Materials, 7941–7942View Materials, 7952View Materials, 7961View Materials, 7973View Materials, 7991–7992View Materials, 8009–8010View Materials, 8019–8020View Materials, 8066–8067View Materials, 8099View Materials, 8420View Materials, 8446–8452View Materials, all coll. H. Ota, July and Aug. 1986  ; KUZAbout KUZ R9775–9780View Materials, 9842–9854View Materials, 9856–9861View Materials, 13010–13019View Materials, all coll. H. Ota, May and June 1988  ; 101 adult males, 10 immature males, 30 adult females and seven immature females; same locality data as the holotype  ; KUZAbout KUZ R8424–8431View Materials, Tansui , Taipei Pref., coll. H. Ota, Aug 1986  ; KUZAbout KUZ R6914–6915View Materials, 6943–6944View Materials, 6947View Materials, Tungao, Ilan Pref. , coll. H. Ota, July 1986  ; AMNHAbout AMNH R-77093, Pei-tou , Formosa, coll. 12 Sep 1956 

Type locality: Waishu-angchi, Taipei, Taiwan

NHMUK

Natural History Museum, London

STC

Sichuan Teacher's College

NMW

Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien

ZMB

Museum für Naturkunde Berlin (Zoological Collections)

CAS

California Academy of Sciences

MVZ

Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California Berkeley

MCZ

Museum of Comparative Zoology

KIZ

Kunming Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

KUZ

Zoological Collection of the Kyoto University

TM

Teylers Museum, Paleontologische

OMNH

Osaka Museum of Natural History

AMNH

American Museum of Natural History

VNMN

Vietnam National Museum of Nature

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Chordata

Class

Reptilia

Order

Squamata

Family

Agamidae

Genus

Japalura

Loc

Japalura andersoniana Annandale, 1905

Denzer, Wolfgang & Manthey, Ulrich 2019

2019
Loc

Japalura drukdaypo

Wang, Ren, Jiang, Zou, Wu, Che & Siler 2019

2019
Loc

Japalura ngoclinensis

Ananjeva, Orlov & Nguyen 2017

2017
Loc

Diploderma ngoclinense (

Ananjeva, Orlov & Nguyen 2017

2017
Loc

Japalura iadina

Wang, Jiang, Siler & Che 2016

2016
Loc

Japalura laeviventris

Wang, Jiang, Zou, Siler & Che 2016

2016
Loc

Japalura brevicauda

Manthey, Denzer, Hou & Wang 2012

2012
Loc

Japalura otai

Mahony 2009

2009
Loc

Japalura polygonata donan

Ota 2003

2003
Loc

Japalura dasi ( Shah & Kästle, 2002 )

Shah & Kastle 2002

2002
Loc

Oriotiaris dasi Shah & Kästle in Schleich & Kästle, 2002

Shah & Kastle in Schleich & Kastle 2002

2002
Loc

Japalura batangensis

Li, Deng, Wu & Wang 2001

2001
Loc

Diploderma batangense ( Li, Deng, Wu & Wang, 2001 )

J. Sich. Teach. Coll. 2001

2001
Loc

Japalura luei

Ota, Chen & Shang 1998

1998
Loc

Japalura makii

Ota 1989

1989
Loc

Japalura micangshanensis

Song 1987

1987
Loc

Japalura brevipes Gressit, 1936

Gressitt 1936

1936
Loc

Japalura hamptoni

Smith 1935

1935
Loc

Japalura fasciata

Mertens 1926

1926
Loc

Japalura flaviceps

Barbour & Dunn 1919

1919
Loc

Japalura bengalensis

Annandale 1912

1912
Loc

Japalura polygonata ishigakiensis

van Denburgh 1912

1912
Loc

Diploderma polygonatum ishigakiense (van Denburgh, 1912 )

Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci. 1912

1912
Loc

Japalura polygonata miyakensis

van Denburgh 1912

1912
Loc

Diploderma polygonatum ishigakiense (van Denburgh, 1912 )

Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci. 1912

1912
Loc

Japalura kumaonensis (

Annandale 1907

1907
Loc

Acanthosaura kumaonensis

Annandale 1907

1907
Loc

Japalura mitsukurii

Stejneger 1898

1898
Loc

Japalura major (

Jerdon 1870

1870
Loc

Oreocalotes major

Jerdon 1870

1870
Loc

Japalura microlepis

Jerdon 1870

1870
Loc

Japalura planidorsata

Jerdon 1870

1870
Loc

J. swinhonis

Gunther 1864

1864
Loc

Japalura variegata

Gray 1853

1853
Loc

Japalura variegata

Gray 1853

1853