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Pungwe flat lizard

Females and juveniles Pungwe flat lizard-black and striped on the back. Males of the different subspecies. Resembles the common flat lizard, Platysaurus inter.

                                               

Rieppeleon

Rieppeleon is a genus of small, typically brown chameleons found in forests and savannas in Central and East Africa. They are at low levels in bushes or on the ground among grass or fallen leaves.

                                               

Smooth chameleon

Smooth Chameleon is a species of chameleon native to Africa. It is bluish-green and small scales. Its body is very slender, and it is similar to Chamaeleo senegalensis.

                                               

Trachylepis striata

African striped skink, commonly called the striped skink, is a species of lizard in the skink family. This species is widely distributed in East Africa and South Africa. This is not a close relative of the Australian striped skink, Ctenotus taeni ...

                                               

Warrens girdled lizard

Girdled lizard burrows-view of a relatively large, flattened lizard in the family tail. The species is endemic to South Africa.

                                               

Agamid lizards of Africa

                                               

Furcifer

                                               

Geckos of Africa

                                               

Lacertid lizards of Africa

                                               

Skinks of Africa

                                               

Acanthosaura phuketensis

Acanthosaura phuketensis, Phuket horned of agamid tree, is a species of native arboreal lizards in Phuket province, Thailand. It was discovered in the year 2015. Now the 11th species of the genus Acanthosaura.

                                               

Chanthaburi rock gecko

                                               

Cyrtodactylus soba

The head is not depressed. The snout is short. Body stable. Lamellae under fourth toe 6-7. Claws short. Mental subpentagonal, with concave rear side of the border. Dorsal scales at mid-body between the ventro-lateral folds, 61-72. Tubercles on pa ...

                                               

Cyrtodactylus subsolanus

The head is broad. Scales under fourth finger, 9-10. Long claws. Mental subtriangular. MIdventrals 30-32. Ventral scales imbricate to subimbricate at. A single continuous series of 5 pores in the pre-anal depression. Middle of back brown with 4 d ...

                                               

Diploderma drukdaypo

                                               

Gecko

Geckos-small lizards belonging to the infraorder Gekkota, found in warm climates throughout the world. They range from 1.6 to 60 cm. Most geckos cannot blink, but they often lick their eyes to keep them clean and moist. They have a fixed lens ins ...

                                               

Hemidactylus kangerensis

Kangerensis Hemidactylus is one of the largest species of geckos found in the Eastern Ghats of India. Kangerensis Hemidactylus name location national Park Kanger GATI.

                                               

Rhino-horned lizard

Rhino-horned lizard, also known as the Stoddarts, the unicorn, the horned lizard and Agama, is a species of lizard in the family Agamidae. The species is endemic to Sri Lanka. Its called kagamuva angkatussa-කගමුව අං කටුස්සා in Sinhala.

                                               

Salea

Salea is a genus of woody, slow-moving, diurnal, insectivorous, eggs of agamid lizard endemic to the Western Ghats of South India. It has two species, each living in very high mountain ranges of the Western Ghats, in the Shola forest ecosystem.

                                               

Tytthoscincus

Tytthoscincus is a genus of Skinks. Originally defined to include several species from the Philippines, the genus now includes many species from South-East Asia as a whole.

                                               

Agamid lizards of Australia

                                               

Geckos of Australia

                                               

Pygopodids of Australia

                                               

Skinks of Australia

                                               

Anniella campi

Anniella Campi, also known as the southern Sierra legless lizard-species of legless lizards in California, particularly in the Sierra Nevada previously he was known as Anniella Pulchra. He has double dark lateral stripes.

                                               

Crotaphytidae

In Crotaphytidae, or collared lizards, family, desert-dwelling reptiles native to the southwest USA and Northern Mexico. Also, they are recognized as subfamilies, Crotaphytinae. They are very fast moving animals, with long limbs and tails, and ar ...

                                               

Ctenosaura macrolopha

                                               

Polychrus marmoratus

Polychrus marmoratus or colored anolis Bush is a species of anolis Bush. It is also commonly referred to as lizard monkey because of his slow movement. The lizard has many predators, including spiders and primates.

                                               

Sceloporus merriami longipunctatus

Longipunctatus Sceloporus merriami, commonly known as Fort canyon lizard, is a subspecies of the canyon lizard, and is endemic to southwest Texas and northeast Mexico. It is unknown if it interbreeds with other subspecies of the canyon lizard fou ...

                                               

Blue-spotted wood lizard

                                               

Enyalioides anisolepis

Enyalioides anisolepis is a species of lizard of the genus Enyalioides, from the Amazonian slopes of the Andes in southern Ecuador and Northern Peru. It differs from its kind cogenerate with scattered design of large scales on its back, flanks an ...

                                               

Hoplocercidae

Refer to the Hoplocercidae family of lizards native to tropical forests, woodlands and Savannah-like habitats of Central and South America. Also, they are recognized as subfamilies, Hoplocercinae. Described sixteen species in three genera.

                                               

Horned wood lizard

Horned wood lizard or dwarf Boulengers iguana reptile in the genus Enyalioides, native to Northern Bolivia, Western Brazil and Eastern Peru.

                                               

Microlophus occipitalis

                                               

Polychrus liogaster

Polychrus liogaster or Boulengers anolis Bush is a species of anolis Bush native to Peru, Brazil, Bolivia, and Ecuador. The species is found at elevations around 750 meters.

                                               

Thecadactylus solimoensis

Thecadactylus solimoensis is a species of Gecko described in 2007. It is often confused with T. rapicauda, the turnip-tailed Gecko. This species occurs at a height of 120-200 m above sea level in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, southern Colombia and West ...

                                               

Aparallactus capensis

Yellow or pale reddish-brown above, With or without a blackish vertebral line. Yellowish-white below. Neck and top of head black, with or without the yellow bar behind the parietal. Sides of the head are yellowish, with the shields bordering the ...

                                               

Arabian cat snake

                                               

Aspidelaps lubricus

Aspidelaps lubricus, commonly known as Cape coral snake or Cobra Cape coral, is a species of venomous snakes in the family elapidae. The species is endemic to South Africa.

                                               

Atractaspis branchi

Atractaspis branchi, commonly known as jaws Stiletto snake is a type of holes, a poisonous snake in the family Atractaspididae. The species is endemic to West Africa.

                                               

Black-necked spitting cobra

In black-necked spitting Cobra is a species of spitting Cobra found mostly in Africa South of the Sahara. They are medium sized snakes that can grow in length from 1.2 to 2.2 m in length. Their coloration and markings can vary considerably. They ...

                                               

Boaedon

Boaedon is a genus of African lamprophiids, consisting of the "brown" house snakes. The genus was originally described by Dumeril and its contained species were classified as Lamprophis by Fitzinger in 1843, this taxonomy remained widely accepted ...

                                               

Boaedon lineatus

Boaedon lineatus, striped house snake, is a species of lamprophiid from across Africa. This species has a wide range stretching from Tanzania through Central Africa as Uganda. They are kept as Pets with increasing regularity, often captured and e ...

                                               

Cape cobra

Cape Cobra, also called the yellow Cobra is a small, highly venomous species of Cobra inhabiting different biomes in South Africa including arid savanna, fynbos, savannas, deserts and semi-deserts. Types of fluorescent and feeding generalist, pre ...

                                               

Cape wolf snake

The Cape wolf snake is a species of egg-laying, nonvenomous snake that occurs in a large area of the southern part of Central Africa. Although docile and harmless, it can be confused with very poisonous Stiletto snake.

                                               

Anchietas cobra

Anchietas Cobra, sometimes called the Angolan Cobra, is a species of venomous snakes in the family elapidae. Species native to southern Africa.

                                               

Dasypeltis confusa

Dasypeltis confusa, commonly known as confusing egg-eater or a diamond-back egg-eater, is a species of snake in the family Colubridae. The species is endemic to Africa.

                                               

False cobra

About the Cobra, or hooded malpolon is opisthoglyphous snake found in parts of Africa and the middle East. The name "false Cobra" comes from the fact that while its not a Cobra, she imitates the posture of a Cobra, by spreading its neck into a ho ...

                                               

Forest cobra

The forest Cobra, also commonly called the black Cobra and black and white lips Cobra, is a species of venomous snakes in the family elapidae. Species grows in Africa, mostly in Central and Western parts of the continent. It is the largest true C ...

                                               

Gaboon viper

The Gabon Viper is a species of Viper found in the tropical forests and savannas South of the Sahara. Like all vipers, its poisonous. It is the largest representative of the genus Bitis, and it has the longest fangs, up to 2 inches in length – an ...

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