Family Lacertidae Bonaparte 1831 (lizard)

Reptilia - Squamata - Lacertidae

Alternative spelling: Lacertinidae

Parent taxon: Lacertoidea according to M. S. Y. Lee and M. W. Caldwell 2000

See also Böhme 2008, Böhme 2010, Carroll 1988, Cernansky et al. 2015, Cope 1871, Cope 1875, d'Orbigny 1849, Estes 1983, Estes et al. 1988, Frank and Ramus 1996, Hugues-Alexandre et al. 2013, Kuhn 1946, Seiffert 1975, Venczel and Stiuca 2008, Vianey-Liaud et al. 2014 and Zittel 1890

Sister taxa: Ganasauripus, Lacertiformes, Pachygenys, Purbicella, Teiioidea

Subtaxa: Acanthodactylus Amblyolacerta Archaeolacerta Cernaycerta Cryptolacerta Dormaalisaurus Dracaenosaurus Edlartetia Eremias Escampcerta Gallotia Gracilicerta Lacerta Mediolacerta Miolacerta Plesiolacerta Podarcis Psammodromus Pseudeumeces Quercycerta Succinilacerta Takydromus Tropidosaura

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Ecology: ground dwelling insectivore-carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Argentina (2 collections), Croatia (1), France (7), Georgia (1), Germany (5), Greece (4), Hungary (9), Israel (2), Italy (16), Malta (1), Monaco (1), the Netherlands (1), Poland (6), Serbia and Montenegro (1), Spain (13), the United Kingdom (6)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Italy (3), Spain (2)

• Pliocene of Austria (2), France (1), Hungary (6), Moldova (1), Morocco (1), Poland (3), Romania (1), the Russian Federation (2), Spain (8), Turkey (1), Ukraine (5)

• MN 13 of Ukraine (2)

• Miocene of Austria (3), the Czech Republic (1), France (4), Germany (10), Greece (3), Hungary (11), Italy (2), Mongolia (2), Morocco (2), Romania (1), Slovakia (1), Spain (1), Turkey (1), Ukraine (2)

• Oligocene of Belgium (1), France (21), Germany (4), Kenya (1), Mongolia (7)

• Eocene to Miocene of France (1)

• Eocene of Belgium (1), France (22), Germany (1), Poland (1), the Russian Federation (1), Spain (3), the United Kingdom (1)

• Paleocene of Belgium (1), France (2), Romania (2)

• Cretaceous of Spain (1)

Total: 229 collections including 351 occurrences

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