Distinguishing characters of D. unisexualis. A. The central temporal shield is large, often divided into two; from the first upper temporal shield in the narrowest place, it is separated by 1-3 and from the tympanum - by 2-4 transverse rows of enlarged shields (indicated by arrow); B. The anal shield is large, in front of it four small and approximately equal in size pre-anal shields are located symmetrically, the middle of which can be slightly increased. (indicated by arrow); C. Only in this species - the maxillary shield is in contact with the fronto-nasal (indicated by arrow). Photos by I. Kropachev.

  Part of: Petrosyan VG, Osipov FA, Bobrov VV, Dergunova NN, Kropachev II, Danielyan FD, Arakelyan MS (2020) New records and geographic distribution of the sympatric zones of unisexual and bisexual rock lizards of the genus Darevskia in Armenia and adjacent territories. Biodiversity Data Journal 8: e56030. https://doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.8.e56030