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Karyotype of horvath's rock lizard Lacerta (Archaeolacerta) horvathi Mehely, 1904 (Reptilia: Lacertidae)

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Karyotype analysis of 2 male horvath's rock lizard, Lacerta (Archaeolacerta) horvathi, found 2n = 36 in both somatic and spermatogonial metaphases. All the chromosomes are acrocentric. In diakinesis, 18 bivalents are visible. Microchromosomes, characteristic of most lacertid karyotypes, are absent in this species. In a single metaphase, satellites were observed on the 8th pair of chromosomes. Male sex chromosomes have not been determined. Overall, the karyotype of Lacerta horvathi is similar to that of Lacerta vivipara,

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Rooseveltov trg 6, 41000 Zagreb, POB 933, Yugoslavia.


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