Lacertidae

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  • Info The Lacertidae are the family of the wall lizards, true lizards, or sometimes simply lacertas, which are native to Europe, Africa, and Asia. more...
  • Most other Lacertidae cannot make high jumps to catch their prey.
  • It is considered to be the fastest member of the huge Lacertidae family.
  • There are no large shield on the head as for example in lacertidae lizards.
  • The Lacertidae are found throughout Europe and Asia, with a major radiation endemic to Africa.
  • Poromera is a genus of wall lizards of the Lacertidae family from Central Africa.
  • That very year parthenogenesis was confirmed in the genus Lacerta of the family Lacertidae.
  • Lizards of the family Lacertidae are now believed to be important reservoir hosts of this bacteria.
  • Psammodromus is a small genus of sand lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • They are called commonly pink-tongued lizards in Australia, where true lizards (Lacertidae) do not naturally occur.
  • Lizards of the family Lacertidae are believed to be important reservoir hosts of B. lusitaniae.
  • Timon is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • Darevskia is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • Ophisops is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • Mesalina is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • Nucras is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • Philochortus is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • Australolacerta is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • Gastropholis is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • Tropidosaura is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
  • Pseuderemias is a genus of wall lizards of the family Lacertidae.
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Meaning of Lacertidae

  • noun Old world lizards