According to SPO1 Henry Calotes
of Calape Police Station, the suspect moved to the town last June since his wife is from Calape town.
Herpetological fauna of Dir Lower and Dir Upper districts (Northern mountainous region) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan contains 11 species of lizards (Calotes
versicolor farooqi, Laudakia agrorensis, Eublepharis macularius, Cyrtopodion scabrum, Hemidactylus brookii, Hemidactylus flaviviridis, Ophisops jerdonii, Asymblepharus himalayanus, Eurylepis taeniolatus, Eutropis dissimilis and Varanus bengalensis) and 16 species of snakes (Eryx johnii, Amphiesma stolatum, Boiga trigonata, Lycodon striatus, Oligodon arnensis, Oligodon taeniolatus, Platyceps rhodorachis, Platyceps ventromaculatus, Ptyas mucosus, Spalerosophis atriceps, Xenochrophis piscator, Gloydius himalayanus, Bungarus caeruleus, Naja oxiana, Typhlops porrectus, Echis carinatus).
Common reptiles found in the area are golden lizard (Calotes
versicolor), monitor lizard (Varanus bengalensis), krait (Bungarus careleus), branded krait (Bungarus faciatus), cobra (Naja naja), and common rat snake (Ptyas mucosus).
Within this period chicks were offered sufficient food like fruits of Manilkara hexandra, Azadirachta indica, Ficus sp., and Loxococcus species, rice, and flesh foods such as Calotes
versicolor, some insects, and worms.
50-3 with highly alkaline keratinase activity from Calotes
cDNA for AR was obtained by RT-PCR from the total Podarcis testis RNA and amplified with forward primer 5'-TGGGCAACCTGAAGATGC-3' and reverse primer 5'-ACCCCATGGCGAAAATCAT-3' designed on the known AR sequences of some reptiles: Trimeresurus flavoviridis (AB548300.1), Elaphe quadrivirgata (AB548301.1), Anolis carolinensis (AF223224.2), Calotes
versicolor (AF275370.2), Trachemys scripta (DQ848989.1), Pseudemys nelsoni (AB301061.1), Cnemidophorus uniparens (S79938.1), Alligator mississippiensis (AB186356.2), and Leiolepis reeversii rubritaeniata (AB490385.1).
Circulating thyroid hormone concentrations in relation to seasonal events in the male Indian garden lizard, Calotes
Seasonal variation in the testes, accessory ducts and adrenal glands of Calotes
The oriental garden lizard, Calotes
versicolor (Order: Squamata, Family: Agamidae) was found to lie in wait closely to the flowers to capture the foraging insects (Fig.