Brookesia tuberculata 

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Citation: Jenkins, R.K.B., Andreone, F., Andriamazava, A., Anjeriniaina, M., Brady, L., Glaw, F., Griffiths, R.A., Rabibisoa, N., Rakotomalala, D., Randrianantoandro, J.C., Randrianiriana, J., Randrianizahana , H., Ratsoavina, F. & Robsomanitrandrasana, E. 2011. Brookesia tuberculata. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2011: e.T176299A7212794. . Downloaded on 19 April 2018.
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