We describe a new species of Anolis from cloud forest habitat in Department of San Martin, Peru. The new species shares distinctive aspects of color and scalation with Anolis huilae from Colombia and Anolis boettgeri and Anolis cuscoensis from Peru but differs from these species in dewlap color, limb length, and scalation. Phylogenetic analysis places the species among the basal group of “alpha” Anolis (latifrons group sensu lato, “Dactyloa”).
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