System der Lebewesen (Stefan Hintsche 2013)




Choanata > Tetrapoda > Amniota > Sauropsida > Lepidosauria > Squamata > Bifuracta > Gekkota > Pygopodomorpha























Ordo Pygopodomorpha Vidal & Hedges, 2005 (Ordnung Flossenfußartige):

-          196 Arten


            Familia Diplodactylidae Kluge, 1967 (Familie Doppelfingergeckos):

-          126 Arten


            Familia Carphodactylidae Kluge, 1987 (Familie Chamäleongeckos):

-          29 Arten


            Familia Pygopodidae Boulenger, 1884 (Familie Flossenfüße):

-          41 Arten





1)      Fry, B. G., Vidal, N., Norman, J. A., Vonk, J., Scheib, H., Ramjan, S. F. R., Kuruppu, S., Fung, K., Hedges, S. B., Richardson, M. K., Hodgson, W. C., Ignjatovic, V., Summerhayes, R. & Kochva, E. (2006). Early evolution of the venom system in lizards and snakes. Nature 439: 584-588.

2)      Hedges, S. B. & Vidal, N. (2009). Lizards, snakes, and amphisbaenians (Squamata). In: Hedges, S. B. & Kumar, S. (Hrsg.): The Timetree of Life. Oxford University Press, UK: pp. 383-389.

3)      Hugall, A. F., Foster, R. & Lee, M. S. Y. (2007). Calibration choice, rate smoothing, and the pattern of tetrapod diversification according to the long nuclear gene RAG-1. Systematic Biology 56 (4): 543-563.

4)      Kumazawa, Y. (2007). Mitochondrial genomes from major lizard families suggest their phylogenetic relationships and ancient radiations. Gene 388 (1-2): 19-26.

5)      Townsend, T. M., Larson, A., Louis, E. & Macey, J. R. (2004). Molecular phylogenetics of Squamata: the position of snakes, amphisbaenians, and dibamids, and the root of the Squamate tree. Systematic Biology 53 (5): 735-757.

6)      Vidal, N. & Hedges, S. B. (2005). The phylogeny of squamate reptiles (lizards, snakes and amphisbaenians) inferred from nine nuclear protein-coding genes. Comptes Rendus Biologies 328 (10-11): 1000-1008.

7)      Wiens, J. J., Kuczynski, C. A., Townsend, T., Reeder, T. W., Mulcahy, D. G. & Sites, J. W. (2010). Combining phylogenomics and fossils in higher-lever squamate reptile phylogeny: molecular data change the placement of fossil taxa. Systematic Biology 59 (6): 674-688.