In the city of Fort Sumner, De Baca Co., New Mexico, the gonochoristic whiptail lizard Aspidoscelis sexlineata viridis is syntopic with two species of allodiploid parthenogenetic lizards, A. tesselata pattern class E and A. neomexicana. A hybrid male lizard was collected on 12 August 2002. Analyses of scutellation and color pattern indicated that this individual is the first known hybrid between A. tesselata E and A. sexlineata viridis.
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