Agamidae


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Agamidae

[ə′gam·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
A family of Old World lizards in the suborder Sauria that have acrodont dentition.
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Melville J, Smith K, Hobson R, Hunjan S and Shoo L (2014) The role of integrative taxonomy in the conservation management of cryptic species: the taxonomic status of endangered earless dragons (Agamidae: Tympanocryptis) in the grasslands of Queensland, Australia.
A new species of Oochoristica (Cestoda, Linstowiidae) from the Arabian toad-headed agama, Phrynocephalusarabicus (Sauria, Agamidae), from the United Arab Emirates.Vestnik Zool.
Beobachtungen zum Eiablageverhalten derlndischen Schonechse Calotes versicolor (Daudin, 1802)(Reptilia: Agamidae) in einem anthropogenen Biotop in SriLanka.Sauria29(3):27-30.
Display response of the Jacky dragon, Amphibolurus muricatus (Lacertilia: Agamidae), to intruders: A semi-Markovian process.
Dragons (Agamidae) do not drop their tails, are generally rough-scaled and have the ability to stand up on their back legs and hurtle.
In Asia, this life form is represented by the agamid lizards (family Agamidae); in North and South America, it is represented by the iguanid lizards (Iguanidae).
Changes in dermal reflectance and vascularity and their effects on thermoregulation in Amphibolurus nuchalis (Reptilia: Agamidae).
Thompson MB (1993) Estimate of the population structure of the Eastern Water Dragon, Physignathus lesueurii (Reptilia: Agamidae), along riverside habitat.
The documented cave herpetofauna comprised three species of anurans (Bufonidae), one species of snake (Colubridae), one species of flying lizard (Agamidae), one species of gecko (Gekkonidae), four species of skink (Scincidae), and one species of monitor lizard (Varanidae).
Multivariate analysis of geographic variation in the Traphelus agilis complex (Sauria: agamidae).
A multivariate analysis of geographic variation in the Trapelus agilis complex (Sauria: Agamidae).