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An Agamid Lizard. From its two yellow stripes on its back, it's a Calotes. Around 30cm long.
Tropical South East Asian forest.
Terima kasih, Scott... ^_^Thanks for the information... So it turns out to be a Calotes...
Oh, I see you are new here, Adib. Let me say Selamat datang ke Project Noah!
Calotes versicolor is extremely variable but often has the parallel yellowish stripes. Your specimen does not really resemble Leiolepis (head, or side patterning) and I don't belive it's been recorded in Singapore ( http://www.ecologyasia.com/verts/lizards... )
Lat: 1.11, Long: 103.95
Spotted on Mar 28, 2013 Submitted on Jan 29, 2014