agamid lizard

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Noun1.agamid lizard - a lizard of the family Agamidaeagamid lizard - a lizard of the family Agamidae  
lizard - relatively long-bodied reptile with usually two pairs of legs and a tapering tail
Agamidae, family Agamidae - an Old World reptile family of Sauria
agama - small terrestrial lizard of warm regions of the Old World
Chlamydosaurus kingi, frilled lizard - large arboreal insectivorous Australian lizard with a ruff of skin around the neck
flying dragon, flying lizard, dragon - any of several small tropical Asian lizards capable of gliding by spreading winglike membranes on each side of the body
moloch - any lizard of the genus Moloch
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The maximum size of prey effectively transported with the tongue in a generalized agamid lizard, Plocederma stellio, was approximately 5% of its body mass; but, regarding the strength of adhesive bonding in Phrynocephalus helioscopus (Schwenk, 2000).
Sexual Size and Shape Dimorphism in an Agamid Lizard, Japalura swinhonis (Squamata: Lacertilia: Agamidae).
In addition, females of the agamid lizard, Agama atra follow a condensed reproductive cycle in which ovarian activity occurs only in September to November (Van Wyk 1984).
Reproductive ecology of the Jacky dragon (Amphibolurus muricatus): An agamid lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination.
The agamid lizard Agama agama has been reported to serve as transport and reservoir host to several protozoan and helminth parasites (Wekhe and Olayinka 1999).
the indian bloodsucker AGAMID lizard, Calotes versicolor [no relation to the vampire]
Laboratory studies of sprinting in the agamid lizard Stellio stellio (Huey and Hertz 1982) have shown that they typically reach top speeds (95% of maximum) within about 40 cm, which is the upper distance limit of single runs during feeding in anoles.
Ontogenetic and individual variation in size, shape, and speed in the Australian agamid lizard Amphibolurus nuchalis.
Ontogenetic and individual variation in size, shape and speed in the Australian agamid lizard Amphibolurus nuchalis.