Agamidae


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Noun1.Agamidae - an Old World reptile family of SauriaAgamidae - an Old World reptile family of Sauria
reptile family - a family of reptiles
Lacertilia, Sauria, suborder Lacertilia, suborder Sauria - true lizards; including chameleons and geckos
agamid, agamid lizard - a lizard of the family Agamidae
genus Agama - type genus of the Agamidae
genus Draco, Draco - a reptile genus known as flying dragons or flying lizards
genus Moloch - genus of Australian desert lizard
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The area holds four species of Agamidae. The diurnal species was easily identified by their acrodonts.Colubrids are advanced snakes were found there and occur nearly worldwide.
McGrath T, Hunter D, Osborne W and Sarre SD (2012) A trial use of camera traps detects the highly cryptic and endangered Grassland Earless Dragon Tympanocryptis pinguicolla (Reptilia: Agamidae) on the Monaro Tablelands of New South Wales, Australia.
Comparative maxillary and dentary morphology of the Australian dragon (Agamidae: Squamata): a framework for fossil identification.
Seasonal changes in the diet of adult and juvenile Agama impalearis (Lacertilia: Agamidae) in the central Jbilet Mountains, Morocco.
resulto ser el entero-parasito mas frecuentemente detectado (14%), sin embargo, esta frecuencia para el taxon es mas baja que la detectada en Agama stellio (Agamidae) en Egipto (22,22-29,6%) [9]; Oochoristica spp.
Compensating for a bad start: Catch-up growth in juvenile lizards (Amphibolurus muricatus, Agamidae).
(Agamidae), and the Five-lined Skink, Trachylepis quinquetaeniata (Lichtenstein) (Scincidae), were actively feeding on Mormotomyia at the entrance to Ngauluka fissure 16 and Makilu fissure 3 (Fig.
Sexual Size and Shape Dimorphism in an Agamid Lizard, Japalura swinhonis (Squamata: Lacertilia: Agamidae).
Liu, "Cladogenesis and phylogeography of the lizard Phrynocephalus vlangalii (Agamidae) on the Tibetan plateau," Molecular Ecology, vol.
* Leptien's Spiny-Tailed Agama (Arabic dhub) Uromastyxaegyptia leptieni(Agamidae): A juvenile was found in an inconspicuous burrow adjacent to the core zone of the study area and several larger burrows were observed on the stony lower slopes of the wadi.
Huang, "Reproductive cycle of the oviparious lizard Japalura brevipes (Agamidae: Reptilia) in Taiwan, Republic of china," Journal of Herpetology, vol.