What is gallotia?

Some articles on gallotia:

La Gomera Giant Lizard - Taxonomy and Systematics
... the subfossil remains from La Gomera to two subspecies of Gallotia simonyi with the differences being size related ... He named these Gallotia simonyi bravoana and Gallotia simonyi gomerana ... (2001) concurred as regards species status, but used Gallotia gomerana ...
Boettger's Lizard
... Boettger's Lizard (Gallotia caesaris) is a lacertid (wall lizard) endemic to two of the western Canary Islands, El Hierro and La Gomera ... La Palma it is replaced by its close relative Gallotia galloti (Maca-Meyer et al ... There are two subspecies Gallotia caesaris caesaris - El Hierro Gallotia caesaris gomerae - La Gomera ...
Roque Chico De Salmor Giant Lizard - References
... Mögliche Ursachen für das Aussterben von Gallotia simonyi, 2 ... Environment Agency (2006) European Nature Information System (EUNIS) Species Factsheet Gallotia simonyi simonyi ... Gallotia simonyi ...
Gallotia Galloti
... Gallotia galloti (Tenerife Lizard or Western Canaries Lizard) is a lacertid (wall lizard) species of the genus Gallotia ... Four subspecies are recognized Gallotia galloti eisentrauti - Northern Tenerife Lizard (northern Tenerife) Gallotia galloti galloti - Southern ... (including tail) it still belongs to the smaller Gallotia as the giant species can reach up to double that length ...
Gallotia
... The genus Gallotia are the lacertids (wall lizards) of the Canary Islands ... Gallotia are characteristic for eating significant quantities of plants, and for several lineages having evolved insular gigantism ...