REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS OF THE WORLD

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CHAMELEONS

COMMON NAME (INTERNAL LINK)

SCIENTIFIC NAME (EXTERNAL LINK)

Distribution

Veiled Chameleon

 

 

Panther Chameleon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IGUANAS, ETC

COMMON NAME (INTERNAL LINK)

SCIENTIFIC NAME (EXTERNAL LINK)

Distribution

Desert Iguana

Dipsosaurus dorsalis

Sonoran and Mojave deserts of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico.
Also found on on several Gulf of California islands

Green Iguana

Iguana iguana

Brazil and Paraguay as far north as Mexico and the Caribbean islands, Introduced into Taiwan, Florida, Texas, Hawaii and Puerto Rico, and US Virgin Islands

Long-tailed Grass Lizard

Takydromus sexlineatus

South East Asia, including India, China, Thailand, and Indonesia

Emerald Swift

 

 

Utila Spiny-tailed Iguana

Ctenosaura bakeri

 

 

Rhinocerus Iguana

 

 

Blue Spiny Lizard

 

 

 

Black Tegu

 

 

 

Madagascan Spinytailed Iguana

 

 

 

Baja Rock Lizard

Takydromus sexlineatus

 

 

Casque Headed Iguana

 

 

 

Fiji Iguana

Brachylophis fasciatus

 

 

Black iguana

Ctenosaurs sp

 

 

Red Tegu

 

 

 

Banded lizard????

 

 

 

Lacertoids - The Lacertoidea is a group of lizards that includes the LacertidaeTeiidaeGymnophthalmidae, and the burrowing Amphisbaenia.


LACERTOIDS, ANOLES, LEGLESS LIZARDS

COMMON NAME (INTERNAL LINK)

SCIENTIFIC NAME (EXTERNAL LINK)

Distribution

Podarcis muralis 

 

Green Basilisk

 

 

Brown Basilisk

 

 

 

 

Night Anole

 

 

Brown Anole

 

 

Peurto Rican Anole

 

     

Beaded Lizard

 

 

Beaded Lizard

Heloderma

 

Gila Monster

Heloderma suspectum

 

Beaded Lizard

Heloderma horridum

 

   

 

European Eyed Lizard

 

Egyptian Leopard Lizard

 

Emerald Swifts

 

Italian Wall Lizard

Podarchus

 

European Eyed Lizard

 

 

Zamenis situla?

 

 

Timon lepidus?

 

 

Timon tangitanus

 

Turkish Worm Lizard

Blanus strauchi

 

Slow-worm

Anguis fragilis

Most of the mainland Europe (including the UK) (Not found in Ireland)


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Motley Boa (boa imperator/sigma)

Musk turtles

 

Glass Lizard?

Slow worms

Blue Bar Amilobe Chameleon

Ambilobe Panther Chameleon

Vittikin Dragons and Leatherback

Knight Anole

Emerald Swifts

Green Anole

Yacare Caiman

Morelet's Crocodile

Nile Monitor

Emerald monitor

Crested Geckos

Rankins Dragons

Boa constrictor

baby Leopard Tortoise

baby sulcata tortoise

Asian Water Monitor

 

Sailfin lizards

 

Emerald Tree Boa

Gargoyle Gecko

Reticulated Python

Kenyan Sand Boa

Varanus Melinus

Shingleback

Green Python

Blood Pythons

 

 

IVORY Ball Python

gavial museum

nile croc jaws museum

perenty skeleton museum

Greek spur thighed tortoise skeleton museum

Bull Frog skeleton museum

Goliath Frog skeleton museum

hypo common boa

 

Reticulated python

gargoyle gecko

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yemen Chameleon C. Calyptratus



PARTIALLY BUILT UNFINISHED PAGES

COMMON NAME (INTERNAL LINK)

SCIENTIFIC NAME (EXTERNAL LINK)

Distribution

Leopard Snake
OR European Ratsnake

Zemenis situla

 Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, North Macedonia, Malta, Serbia, Montenegro, Turkey, Ukraine, (and possibly Cyprus)
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


 

 


NEWTS AND SALAMANDERS


LINKS OF INTEREST

Reptiles of The United Kingdom

Jungle Phase - United Kingdom

The Australian Reptile Park

Reptiles of Kos

 

OTHER LINKS

Sea Turtles of the World

Reptiles &
Amphibians
of the UK

Sea Turtles
of
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