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Hiding on jagged karst pinnacles: A new microendemic genus and species of a limestone-dwelling agamid lizard (Squamata: Agamidae: Draconinae) from Khammouan Province, Laos

Saly Sitthivong Peter Brakels Santi Xayyasith Nathanaël Maury Sabira Idiiatullina Parinya Pawangkhanant Kai Wang Tan Van Nguyen Nikolay A. Poyarkov

Saly Sitthivong, Peter Brakels, Santi Xayyasith, Nathanaël Maury, Sabira Idiiatullina, Parinya Pawangkhanant, Kai Wang, Tan Van Nguyen, Nikolay A. Poyarkov. Hiding on jagged karst pinnacles: A new microendemic genus and species of a limestone-dwelling agamid lizard (Squamata: Agamidae: Draconinae) from Khammouan Province, Laos. Zoological Research, 2023, 44(6): 1039-1051. doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2023.062
Citation: Saly Sitthivong, Peter Brakels, Santi Xayyasith, Nathanaël Maury, Sabira Idiiatullina, Parinya Pawangkhanant, Kai Wang, Tan Van Nguyen, Nikolay A. Poyarkov. Hiding on jagged karst pinnacles: A new microendemic genus and species of a limestone-dwelling agamid lizard (Squamata: Agamidae: Draconinae) from Khammouan Province, Laos. Zoological Research, 2023, 44(6): 1039-1051. doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2023.062

隐藏于喀斯特山峰之间:老挝甘蒙省发现鬣蜥科(有鳞目Squamata:鬣蜥科Agamidae:飞蜥亚科Draconinae)一新属、新种

doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2023.062

Hiding on jagged karst pinnacles: A new microendemic genus and species of a limestone-dwelling agamid lizard (Squamata: Agamidae: Draconinae) from Khammouan Province, Laos

Funds: This work was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (22-14-00037) to N.A.P. (phylogenetic analyses), National Natural Science Foundation of China (32130015) to K.W. (data collection), and partially by Rufford Foundation (39897-1) to N.T.V. (data collection)
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    Corresponding author: Email: wangkai@mail.kiz.ac.cntan.sifasv@gmail.comn.poyarkov@gmail.com
  • Fieldwork in Laos was permitted by the letter from the National University of Laos, Lao PDR (permit no. 011 of 23 October 2022); sample exportation was permitted by the decision No. 3820/DoF of 10 August, 2023 by the Department of Forestry of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Lao PDR.
  • Supplementary data to this article can be found online.
  • The authors declare that they have no competing interests.
  • P.B., T.V.N. and N.A.P. designed the study. P.B., S.X. and S.S. collected specimens in the field. N.A.P. and S.I. performed molecular experiments. P.B., T.V.N, S.S.I., N.M, P.P., K.W. and N.A.P. prepared figures and tables and performed data analyses. P.B., K.W., T.V.N. and N.A.P. wrote the manuscript. K.W., T.V.N. and N.A.P. revised the manuscript. All authors read and approved the final version of the manuscript.
  • 摘要: 依据形态和DNA多分子片段数据,该文在老挝甘蒙省喀斯特山丘生境中发现并描述鬣蜥科1新属、新种,即老挝岩龙蜥Laodracon carsticola Gen. et sp. nov. 。老挝岩龙蜥体型中等(最大头体长101 mm),仅见于喀斯特岩峰地形中。通过整合已有64个鬣蜥科物种的线粒体(16SND2)和核基因片段(BDNF、RAG1c-mos)共7418 bp,构建了鬣蜥科的系统演化关系,结果显示老挝龙蜥属Laodracon隶属于飞蜥亚科,与主要分布于中国的龙蜥属Diploderma构成姐妹群。形态上,老挝蜥属物种的尾基部明显膨大,且其表面具有特化、不规则排列的大鳞,可区别于飞蜥亚科所有已知属。研究进一步证实,中南半岛的喀斯特地貌区域拥有丰富的生物多样性,包括一些独特的孑遗类群。目前,老挝岩龙蜥已知仅分布于老挝甘蒙省和波里坎赛省交界区域的喀斯特山地中,分布极其狭窄,且仅已知2号标本,亟需研究补充完善该种的自然生活史、分布和受胁等级等数据。
    Fieldwork in Laos was permitted by the letter from the National University of Laos, Lao PDR (permit no. 011 of 23 October 2022); sample exportation was permitted by the decision No. 3820/DoF of 10 August, 2023 by the Department of Forestry of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry Lao PDR.
    Supplementary data to this article can be found online.
    The authors declare that they have no competing interests.
    P.B., T.V.N. and N.A.P. designed the study. P.B., S.X. and S.S. collected specimens in the field. N.A.P. and S.I. performed molecular experiments. P.B., T.V.N, S.S.I., N.M, P.P., K.W. and N.A.P. prepared figures and tables and performed data analyses. P.B., K.W., T.V.N. and N.A.P. wrote the manuscript. K.W., T.V.N. and N.A.P. revised the manuscript. All authors read and approved the final version of the manuscript.
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  • Figure  1.  Distribution of Laodracon carsticola Gen. et sp. nov. in Nam Sanam-Phou Pha Marn PPA., Khounkham Dist., Khammouan Province, central Laos

    Figure  2.  Maximum Likelihood topology of Draconinae agamas based on 7 418 bp of concatenated ND2, 16S rRNA, c-mos, BDNF and RAG1 gene sequences

    Values at nodes correspond to UFB/BI PP, respectively; asterisk (*) indicate strongly supported nodes (BPP=1.0; UFB=100%); black circles represent nodes with BPP and UFB support >0.95 and 95%, respectively; white circles represent nodes with BPP support >0.90 only or UFB >90% only; nodes lacking circles are not supported. For specimen and sequence data see Supplementary Table S3. Photograph by Nathanaël Maury.

    Figure  4.  Holotype of Laodracon carsticola Gen. et sp. nov. (NUOL R.2022.01), adult male, in life

    A: General lateral view; B: General ventral view; C: General dorsal view; D: Head in lateral aspect; E: Head in ventral aspect; F: Head in dorsal aspect; G: Tail base in ventral aspect; H: Tail base in dorsal aspect; I: Volar aspect of right foot; J: Opisthenar aspect of left foot; K: Volar aspect of left hand; L: Opisthenar aspect of right hand. Scale bar equals to 10 mm for A–C, to 5 mm for D–L. Photographs by Nathanaël Maury.

    Figure  5.  Natural habitat of Laodracon carsticola Gen. et sp. nov. in Nam Sanam-Phou Pha Marn PPA., Khounkham Dist., Khammouan Province, central Laos

    A: Macrohabitat of the new species on karst pinnacles. B: A specimen of Laodracon carsticola Gen. et sp. nov. in situ (not collected) showing disruptive camouflage that hides the lizard while it perches on limestone. Photographs by Santi Xayyasith.

    Figure  3.  Comparison on the diagnostic characters on tails between Diploderma and Laodracon carsticola Gen. et sp. nov.

    A, B: Tail basis of D. splendidum (A: Kunming Institute of Zoology 040155) and Laodracon carsticola Gen. et sp. nov. (B: National University of Laos R.2022.01, holotype) is shown in dorsolateral (1) and ventral (2) views. Photographs by Kai Wang (A), and Nathanaël Maury (B).

    Table  1.   Measurements and counts of the type series of Laodracon carsticola Gen. et sp. nov. (For character abbreviations see Materials and methods)

    Specimen IDNUOL R.2022.01NUOL R.2022.02Specimen IDNUOL R.2022.01NUOL R.2022.02
    Type statusHolotypeParatypeType statusHolotypeParatype
    SexMaleMaleSexMaleMale
    Measurements (mm)Scalation
    SVL101.694.5SL9/99/9
    TAL214.2204.4IL8/88/8
    TRL54.742.1NSL5/55/5
    HW22.521.3SoR5/58/8
    HL29.229.1RC11
    HD17.317.4MD3426
    STD26.624.4NCS9 (2-5-2)12 (2-8-2)
    ED3.43.4F4S15/1515/15
    TY3.13.2T4S22/2226/26
    SEL11.311.1VS28 (keeled)27 (keeled)
    NO9.38.8ESP4/44/4
    DO6.86.4PM33
    FLL46.646.1FPPAbsentAbsent
    HLL74.273.9Frontal scalesKeeledKeeled
    T4L13.713.8Mental scaleTriangular, wider than longTriangular, wider than long
    NCL12.414.6Gular sacPresentPresent
    NCH3.43.7Gular scalesKeeledKeeled
    TAL/SVL210.8%216.3%Gular markingsPresentPresent
    FLL/SVL45.9%48.8%Dorsal spinesPresentPresent
    HLL/SVL73.0%78.2%Vertebral scales strongly keeledYesYes
    TRL/SVL53.8%44.6%Vertebral scales enlargedYesYes
    SEL/HL38.7%38.1%Scales on tailKeeledKeeled
    HW/HL77.1%73.2%Fold on throatTransverseTransverse
    HD/HW76.9%81.7%Throat colorBlueBlue
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