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Agamid Lizards

Definition of the noun Agamid Lizards

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Agamid Lizards is the vernacular name of the Agamidae, a family of Iguania.

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Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Herpetological and Related Terminology (2005)

by D.C. Wareham

AGAMIDAE Agamid lizards. Family of the SQUAMATA, suborder SAURIA, inhabiting much of the Old World ( central, south and SouthEast Asia, and Africa except Madagascar) and Australia.

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Small photo of Sling-tailed Agama (Stellagama stellio subspecies cypriaca) endemic subsp to the island of Cyprus, climbing on a rock. Stellagama is a monotypic genus of agamid lizardsSmall photo of Trapelus sanguinolentu. Trapelus is a genus of Middle Eastern agamid lizards, which contains 16 speciesSmall photo of Laudakia lehmanni or Turkestan rock agama Trapelus sanguinolentu. Trapelus is a genus of Middle Eastern agamid lizards, which contains 16 speciesSmall photo of Trapelus sanguinolentu. Trapelus is a genus of Middle Eastern agamid lizards, which contains 16 speciesSmall photo of Trapelus sanguinolentu. Trapelus is a genus of Middle Eastern agamid lizards, which contains 16 speciesSmall photo of Closeup of a bearded dragon, Pogona vitticeps, member of the agamid lizards.Small photo of Two Chinese water dragons (Physignathus cocincinus), an agamid lizards, sitting on each other More...

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