Geographic distribution: Podarcis siculus (Italian Wall Lizard
2008), the Common Wall Lizard
Podarcis muralis and Western Green Lizard Lacerta bilineata (Sacchi et al.
Supercooling and freeze-tolerance in the European wall lizard
, Podarcis muralis, with a revisional history of the discovery of freeze-tolerance in vertebrates.
The Tenerife speckled lizard (Gallotia intermedia) and the Aeolian wall lizard
(Podarcis raffonei) as well as the Karpathos frog (Pelophylax cerigensis) and the Montseny brook newt (Calotriton arnoldi) are among those classified as critically endangered.
Effects of cyproterone acetate and flutamide on the testis and epididymis of the Indian wall lizard
, Hemidactylus flaviviridis (Ruppell).
The brown Italian wall lizard
had hitched a ride to their home in Haydon Bridge, Northumberland, after the family had stayed on holiday in Urbino, Italy.
Other species threatened by the fires include the Peloponnese wall lizard
, lesser kestrel, Corsican red deer, and eastern imperial eagle.
In this area, 2 lizard species occur sympatrically, the common wall lizard
(Podarcis muralis) and the green lizard (Lacerta viridis).
Also known as the ruin lizard, the Italian wall lizard
is not native to New York.
(4.) The most familiar species of Greek lizard are the archetypal wall lizard
(Podarcis muralis) and the so-called ruin lizard (Podarcis sicula), typically green or spotted and often found scurrying over old stone walls or darting into the chinks of ruins; see Mattison 1989, pp.
Another pretty green-black-and-white patterned lizard is the Italian Wall Lizard
, found only in the Ticino.