• Squamata - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squamata The order Squamata, or the scaled reptiles, are the largest recent order of reptiles, comprising all lizards and snakes. With over 9,000 species, it is also the ...
  • ADW: Squamata: CLASSIFICATION - Animal Diversity Web

    animaldiversity.org/accounts/Squamata/classification Disclaimer: The Animal Diversity Web is an educational resource written largely by and for college students. ADW doesn't cover all species in the world, nor does it ...
  • Squamates - Squamata - The Animal Encyclopedia

    animals.about.com/od/lizardsandsnakes/p/squamata.htm Squamates (Squamata) are the most diverse of all the reptile groups, with approximately 7400 living species. Squamates include lizards, snakes, and worm ...
    • Squamata - New World Encyclopedia

      www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Squamata Squamata (scaled reptiles) is the most diverse order of extant reptiles, comprised of the lizards and snakes and characterized a flexible jaw structure (movable ...
    • Squamata - UCL

      www.ucl.ac.uk/museums-static/obl4he/vertebratediversity/squamata.html Squamates are a highly successful and familiar group of reptilies including lizards (e.g. gekkotans, skinks, chamaeleons), snakes, and amphisbaenians.
    • Order Squamata - theBIGzoo

      www.thebigzoo.com/zoo/squamata.asp The order Squamata consists of two suborders. They are Sauria, which is composed of lizards, and Serpentes, which is composed of snakes. Approximately 6500 - 7000 ...