Acanthodactylus aegyptius

Common name: the Egyptian Fringe-fingered Lizard

Conservation status: Not Evaluated

Distribution: Egypt, Israel

Size: up to 160 mm

Description: upperside is yellowish brown with white dots on the back and Y-shaped spot on the upperside of the tail base, tail is yellowish

Habitat: sand habitats

Activity: diurnal

Diet: various invertebrates

Reproduction: oviparous

 

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