480 PROCEEDINGS OP THE ACADEMY OF Report upon the Reptilia of the North Pacific Exploring Expedition, nnder command of Capt. John Rogers, TJ, S. N. BY EDWARD HALLOWELL, M. D. EDITED BY E. D. COPE. Nicaragua. SAURIANS. Geckotians. Geckotian Lizards Lezards Geckotiens D. & B. Hemidactylus Cuv. Sect. Dactyloperes. Peropus Wieg. Div. A. Subdigital lamella entire. Hemidactylus pb^signis nob. Proceed. Acad. Nat. Sci., Oct. 1856, p. 222. Char. Rostral plate bilobed ; seven superior labials ; mental plate very large, the sides excavated, rounded "posteriorly ; six plates in a transverse row beneath the chin, the two middle ones much smaller than the lateral : tail slender, long ; color uniform chocolate-brown above ; abdomen and under part of tail whitish. Total length, 6 inches. Tail, 3 inches, 3 lines. Found also in Jamaica. SPHiERIODACTYLUS CuV. For gen. char, see D. & B.. torn. ii. 401. SPH-iERIODACTYLUS MILLEPUNCTATtTS nob. Spec. char. Dorsal scales very small, unicarinate ; color reddish, with numerous small brownish spots ; under parts white ; length of head and body, 11 lines. Description. Scales upon muzzle larger than those upon the vertex ; those upon body remarkable for their small size, being much smaller than those of the specimens in the Museum, marked nigropunctatus, from Jamaica, or of Spk?eriodactylus fantasticus, from Mexico. Abdominal scales carinated, very much larger than those upon the throat and chin ; color red-dish-brown above, with numerous brown spots, intermingled with very minute white points ; under parts white. Two specimens. Iguanians. Sauriens Eunotes D. & B. Lezards Iguaniens. Anolis D. & B. Div. A. With fingers but slightly dilated. Anolis refulgens Schlegel. Draconura nitens Wagl. Dum. & Bib., torn. iv. p. 91. This species is very well characterized by the larger row of scales along the median line of the back ; the granulations upon the sides are much smaller than those of the back and abdomen, and there is a larger row of scales upon the back of the tail ; immediately behind the mental plate are six scales, in a transverse row, the four intermediate quite small, the lateral much larger ; the occipital scale lies in a well marked depression, the supra-orbitar ridges are nearly in contact, and on the front part of the head is a longitudinal [Oct.