Basilisco Marrón en Florida
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Basiliscus vittatus
basilisco marrón
no nativo


How to Cite

Gioeli, Kenneth T., Steve A. Johnson, Amanda Thompson, and Lourdes Pérez Cordero. 2022. “Basilisco Marrón En Florida: WEC454/UW499, 11/2022”. EDIS 2022 (6).


Esta publicación presenta información sobre la identificación, historia natural y distribución del lagarto no nativo Basiliscus vittatus (basilisco marrón) en Florida. Esta información será especialmente útil para dueños de casas y administradores de fincas ubicados en la Florida Central y del Sur. This is the Spanish translated version.
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