lacertid lizard

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Noun1.lacertid lizard - Old World terrestrial lizard
lizard - relatively long-bodied reptile with usually two pairs of legs and a tapering tail
family Lacertidae, Lacertidae - Old World lizards
Lacerta agilis, sand lizard - a common and widely distributed lizard of Europe and central Asia
green lizard, Lacerta viridis - a common Eurasian lizard about a foot long
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The Italian wall lizard, Podareis siculus, is an opportunistic, omnivorous, lacertid lizard native to Italy and the east Adriatic coast.
Reproduction and sexual size dimorphism in the lacertid lizard Pedioplanis burchelli (Sauria: Lacertidae) in South Africa.
Telford (1997) found the same seven helminth species in three consecutive yr in the Japanese lacertid lizard, Takydromus tachydromoides.
Psammodromus algirus is a medium-sized lacertid lizard (adult snout-vent length up to 82 mm) that inhabits a great variety of habitats in the western Mediterranean, being commonest in broad-leaved (both deciduous and perennial) degraded forests with a well-developed undergrowth of shrubs (Arnold 1987, Diaz and Carrascal 1991).
- Podarcis muralis is a small oviparous, diurnal, old world lacertid lizard widely distributed throughout much of mainland Europe (Arnold and Burton, 1978).
The lacertid lizard, Meroles cuenirostris from Namibia, exhibited a testis cycle similar to P.
The Role of Diet in Shaping the Chemical Signal Design of Lacertid Lizards. J.
Perera A and Perez-Mellado V (2004) Photographic identification as a non-invasive marking technique for lacertid lizards. Herpetological Review 35, 349.