Podarcis muralis

Lizard. Common Wall,

 

This is the species record for Podarcis muralis which is generally accepted as the lowest biological taxon or classification for this form of life. The record is generally titled using the binomial, or two-part name, constructed from the genus; Podarcis, the first part and the species; muralis, the second part. However things are never that straight forward and variation within the species can add subspecies (in the case of zoology) and variety, sub variety and formae (in the case of botany) to the later part of the binomial name in order to determine an exact classification.

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Additional information about Podarcis muralis from our database

 

Common Name(s)

Lizard. Common Wall,

Genus Synonyms

Species Synonyms

Description

UK Status

Introduced

Species Citation/Source

(Laurenti, 1768)

Taxonomic status of Podarcis muralis

The table below shows the main taxonomic groups to which Podarcis muralis belongs

 

Super Group

Standard Group

Sub Group

Infra / Tribe / Sub Tribe Group

Kingdom

 

Phylum

 

Chordata

Vertebrata

Class

Tetrapoda 

Order

 

Squamata

Family

 

Genus

 

 

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Specific range of Podarcis muralis in the British Isles

Much of the Flora and Fauna of the British Isles is found in abundance throughout the entire nation however some species are more particular in their habitat requirement. Where specific information is available Podarcis muralis can be observed in the following locations. These fall into two classifications (i) Specific Areas or (ii) Nature Reserves, National Parks or other associated attractions.

Specific Areas

Nation

Area

Specific Location

 

 

 

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 Lizard. Common Wall, 

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 Lizard. Common Wall, 

An image of Lizard. Common Wall, from the Flora and Fauna database of the British Towns and Villages Network (www.british-towns.net)

 

 

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