A new species of Dactyloa from eastern Panama, with comments on other Dactyloa species present in the region
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Zootaxa, issue 4039, no. 1
Dactyloa is not generally accepted and as such the species maia was placed in Anolis keeping the group monophyletic rather than paraphyletic
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