beaded lizard

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Related to beaded lizards: Helodermatidae, Heloderma suspectum
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Noun1.beaded lizard - lizard with black and yellowish beadlike scalesbeaded lizard - lizard with black and yellowish beadlike scales; of western Mexico
venomous lizard - any of two or three large heavy-bodied lizards; only known venomous lizards
genus Heloderma, Heloderma - type genus of the Helodermatidae; American venomous lizards
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Bites by some of these animals, such as beaded lizards, can cause envenomation leading to systemic shock.
GALWAY BELFAST " The new reptile and amphibian house is home to 15 critically endangered golden mantella, mossy frogs, lemur leaf frogs, venomous Mexican beaded lizards, Jamaican boas and yellow-headed daygeckos.
Two Mexican beaded lizards, one of just two venomous lizard species in the world, have joined the Dudley Zoological Garden collection.