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Gymnophthalmidae (spectacled lizards)

Wikipedia Abstract

Gymnophthalmidae is a family of lizards, sometimes known as spectacled lizards or microteiids. They are called 'spectacled' because of their transparent lower eyelids, so they can still see with closed eyes. Like most lizards, but unlike geckos, these eyelids are movable.
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Genus

Acratosaura (2)
Adercosaurus (1)
Alexandresaurus (1)
Alopoglossus (Lizard) (7)
Amapasaurus (Lizard) (1)
Anadia (Lizard) (19)   (2)
Anotosaura (Lizard) (2)
Arthrosaura (Lizard) (7)
Bachia (Lizard) (23)
Calyptommatus (4)   (1)
Caparaonia (1)
Cercosaura (Lizard) (11)
Colobodactylus (Lizard) (2)
Colobosaura (Lizard) (1)
Colobosauroides (2)
Dryadosaura (1)
Echinosaura (Lizard) (6)   (1)
Ecpleopus (Lizard) (1)
Euspondylus (Lizard) (10)
Gymnophthalmus (Lizard) (7)   (1)   (1)
Heterodactylus (3)
Iphisa (Lizard) (1)
Kaieteurosaurus (1)
Leposoma (6)
Macropholidus (Lizard) (4)   (1)
Marinussaurus (1)
Micrablepharus (Lizard) (2)
Neusticurus (Lizard) (5)
Nothobachia (1)
Pantepuisaurus (1)
Petracola (4)
Pholidobolus (Lizard) (8)
Placosoma (3)
Potamites (7)
Procellosaurinus (2)
Proctoporus (Lizard) (13)   (1)
Psilophthalmus (1)
Ptychoglossus (Lizard) (15)   (1)
Rhachisaurus (1)
Riama (30)   (4)
Riolama (Lizard) (4)
Rondonops (2)
Scriptosaura (1)
Stenolepis (Lizard) (1)
Tretioscincus (Lizard) (3)
Vanzosaura (2)

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