Kenia (Süden und Südwesten), Uganda (im Süden), Ruanda (Westen), Burundi (im Nordwesten), Tansania (Kilimandjaro-Gebiet und westl. Viktoria-See) und Osten der Demokratischen Republik Kongo 

Art:

Adolfus jacksoni  (BOULENGER, 1899)

Synonyme:

Lacerta jacksoni   BOULENGER, 1899

Adolfus jacksoni   ARNOLD, 1989

Trivialnamen:

Jackson’s Eidechse (Deutsch)
Jackson’s Forest Lizard (English)

Typen:

Type: BMNH 1946.9.2.99

Terra Typica:

Kibonoto = Kibongoto, Kilimanjaro, Tansania


Relevante taxonomische Literatur:

  • Boulenger, G.A. (1899) -  Descriptions of two new lizards from the Interior of British East Africa. -  Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1899: 96-98.  

  • Greenbaum, E. & Villanueva, C.O. & Kusamba, C. & Aristote, M.M. & Branch, W.R. (2011) -  A molecular phylogeny of Equatorial African Lacertidae, with the description of a new genus and species from eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. -  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 163 (3): 913-942.    

  • Greenbaum, E. & Dowell Beer, S. & Hughes, D.F. & Wagner, P. & Anderson, C.G. & Villanueva, C.O. & Malonza, P.K. & Kusamba, C. & Muninga, W.M. & Aristote, M.M. & Branch, W.R. (2018) -  Phylogeography of Jackson’s Forest Lizard Adolfus jacksoni (Sauria: Lacertidae) Reveals Cryptic Diversity in the Highlands of East Africa -  Herpetological Monographs, 32, 51–68