California Legless Lizards
Four New Species of Reclusive Legless Lizards Discovered in Marginal Habitat
Sept. 19, 2013
“You don’t have to go to remote places to find biodiversity,” says UC Berkeley’s Ted Papenfuss. “California has so much biodiversity we’re not even aware of.” Papenfuss is talking about several new, colorful species of legless lizards that he and California State Fullerton’s Jim Parham describe in a new paper, out today in Breviora, a Harvard publication. Read the full article online.