EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Lizards Patch

Squamata sans Serpentes. Hierarchy (following Ananjeva 2019, Conrad & Norell 2007, Pyron 2017, Pyron et al. 2013, Reeder et al. 2015, Streicher & Wiens 2017, Zheng & Wiens 2016), extinct taxa (main source: Paleobiology Database), additions & corrections for Recent taxa (main source: Reptile Database) to complement Catalogue of Life coverage.

Data sources:

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