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Starred Agama

Laudakia Stellio


These lizards are spotted near rocks and/on trees, they like resting on rocks especially on sunny days.Their colour changes depending on their mood.They can grow up to 35 centimeters or 14inches. Getting close to one is hard because they are always on the look out for potential predators.


Spotted in Naxos Greece (Ano Sagri)


Also called: stellion, hardim, hardun, star lizard, painted dragon, starred agama, sling-tailed agama, roughtail rock agama, kourkoutas and kourkoutavlos.

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Αιγαίο, Greece

Spotted on Oct 13, 2018
Submitted on Oct 13, 2018

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