Morphometric characters (snout-vent length, tail length, head length, head width, and number of ventrals and gulars) were analysed in 58 male and 44 female Italian Wall Lizards, Podarcis sicula campestris, from the Adriatic coast of Slovenia. The Italian Wall Lizard is significantly dimorphic in most characters analysed. Males were significantly larger than females. No differences between sexes were found in the number of gulars, whereas the number of transversal rows of ventrals was significantly higher in females (27-30) than in males (24-27).
Italian Wall Lizard Podarcis sicula, meristic characters, sexual dimorphism, ventrals
VOGRIN, MILAN (2005) "Sexual Dimorphism in Podarcis sicula campestris," Turkish Journal of Zoology: Vol. 29: No. 2, Article 14. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/zoology/vol29/iss2/14