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@S Frazier yes sir its a rouxii i was bit confused :)
This spotting is Calotes rouxii. Psammophilus dorsalis superficially resembles this spotting but note, it has a much larger area of red/orange, it has shorter spines, and it does not have faint lines radiating from the eyes, as does this spotting. Here is a red/orange forest Calotes http://www.indianaturewatch.net/displayi... Most importantly, Psammophilus dorsalis is found on the east side of India http://maps.iucnredlist.org/map.html?id=... and this spotting is on the west within the range of Calotes rouxii. See range map here http://reptile-database.reptarium.cz/spe...
Its Psammophilus dorsalis male..nice find sir.!!
thanks for suggestion
That way others can endorse it by clicking the plus sign. Anyway, I agree with your comment chimetsetan :-)
Why not "suggest" this? :-)
Forest Calotes. Calotes rouxii. :) good one.
Lat: 15.89, Long: 73.86
Spotted on May 19, 2010 Submitted on May 6, 2012