Project 1172: J. Šmíd, J. Moravec, L. Kratochvíl, A. K. Nasher, T. Mazuch, V. Gvoždík, S. Carranza. 2015. Multilocus phylogeny and taxonomic revision of the Hemidactylus robustus species group (Reptilia, Gekkonidae) with descriptions of three new species from Yemen and Ethiopia. Systematics and Biodiversity.
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