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Hypsilurus nigrigularis

Hypsilurus nigrigularis is a species of agamid lizards. It is found in New Guinea. Hypsilurus nigrigularis hunt Kalam people of Papua New Guinea and its eggs are consumed. In Calama I believe her totem animal.


There are six types: Lobulia brongersmai Zweifel, 1972 - lobulia Brongersmas. Last Lobulia Greer, Allison & Schuler, 2005. Lobulia elegans Boulenger, 1897 - elegant lobulia. Subalpina Lobulia Greer, Allison & Schuler, 2005. Have glacialis Lobulia ...

Micropechis ikaheca

Micropechis ikaheca, commonly known as the New Guinea small-eyed snake or Ikaheka snake, a very venomous elapid, the only species in the genus Micropechis. The holotype was collected in Dora Vogelkop in Dutch New Guinea, and described in 1829, na ...

Morelia spilota variegata

Morelia spilota variegata, commonly known as the carpet Python, a subspecies of Python found in New Guinea and Australia smaller than the nominate subspecies Morelia spilota and has a more limited range.

Papuan black snake

Papuan black snake-a poisonous snake of the family elapidae native to New Guinea. Reaches about 2 m in length, mostly black snake coloured grey at the bottom.

Papuan olive python

Apodora Papuana is a species of Python, commonly known as the Papuan Python, Irian Python or Papuan olive Python. It is found in New Guinea. This is the only species in the genus Apodora. Currently no subspecies are recognized.


The following 4 species are recognized as valid: Papuascincus stanleyanus Boulenger, 1897. Morokanus Papuascincus Parker, 1936. Papuascincus phaeodes T. Vogt, 1932. Buergersi Papuascincus Allison & Greer, 1986. Nota bene: a binomial authority in ...

Papuascincus stanleyanus

Papuascincus stanleyanus is commensal with people and is often found in human settlements. In the upper Kaironk valley, Madang province, Papua New Guinea, is the most common small lizard found in homes.


Prasinohaema is a genus of Skinks characterized by having green blood. This condition is caused by excessive accumulation of bile pigments biliverdin. Species of Prasinohaema have concentrations in plasma biliverdin approximately 1.5-30 times gre ...

Prasinohaema virens

Green green-blooded skink, sometimes known as green tree skink ", is a scincid lizard species native to New Guinea. The species is poorly known and species the risk of extinction has not been evaluated by the international Union for conservation ...

Sphenomorphus darlingtoni

In the Kalam people of Papua New Guinea Sphenomorphus darlingtoni describe as a slow lizard that does not run away when caught, and not bask in the sun. Prefers moist habitats and is often found in areas of grass Ischaemum polystachyum.

Sphenomorphus jobiensis

Sphenomorphus jobiensis is a species of Skinks. It is found in New Guinea, the Admiralty Islands, Bismarck archipelago, and Eastern Indonesia.

Sphenomorphus leptofasciatus

Sphenomorphus leptofasciatus is one of the species of Skinks. It was found in Papua New Guinea. Sphenomorphus leptofasciatus often found in or under rotting leaves and logs. This is the only skink that Kalam people of Papua New Guinea do not cons ...

Reptiles of New Zealand

For the very few reptiles of New Zealand refer to: Dinosaurs and other Mesozoic reptiles of New Zealand. Oligosoma, a genus of Skinks. Tuatara, incorrectly called a "living dinosaur". Geckos Of New Zealand. New Zealand mosasaurs were named Moanas ...

List of geckos of New Zealand

Three genera of geckos native to New Zealand – Hoplodactylus, Naultinus and Toropuku. All kinds viviparous, give birth to live young, typically Twins. This feature makes them virtually unique in the Gekkonidae family, as only one species outside ...

Brown skink

Brown skink are relatively numerous and is from Taranaki to Wellington on the North island and Marlborough, Nelson and Westland in the South island.

Copper skink

The number of species of Skinks, endemic to New Zealand it is not known how molecular studies indicate genetic divergence among many groups, previously considered one species. Currently estimated at 50-60 species, all of the family Scincidae. Aft ...

Eyres skink

In Eyres skink is a nationally vulnerable species of Skinks native to New Zealand. It is named after their habitat, the Eyres mountains.

Green skink

As of 2012, the Department of conservation Doc has a green skink as a gradual reduction of risk within the new system Zealand threat classification.

Hardys skink

Hardys skink is a species of Skinks, lizards in the family Scincidae. The species is endemic to the Islands of the poor knights New Zealand.

Lampropholis delicata

The delicate skink, dark-flecked garden sun skink, garden skink, or the plague is a skink of the subfamily Lygosominae, originally from Eastern Australia. In its native range and in New Zealand it is also known as the rainbow skink, a term that u ...

McCanns skink

Oligosoma maccanni can be identified because of their physical features they include, but are not limited to oval-shaped body in cross section, pointy head, long tail, which tapers downwards and comparatively long limbs and fingers. McCanns Skink ...

Moko skink

It is endemic to New Zealand and in the North-Eastern part of the North island, although it is most common on the Islands off the East coast of the North island. For the protection of species, 50 Skinks were released in the sanctuary Rotoroa in J ...

Nevis skink

The Nevis skink is a nationally vulnerable species of Skinks native to New Zealand. It is named after their habitat, the Valley of Nevis.

Oligosoma polychroma

Common skink is a species of skink native to New Zealand. Although historically classified as a subspecies of Oligosoma nigriplantare, is he likely to be given separate status of types as the data suggests that it is a separate species.

Slight skink

Little skink is a skink of the family Scincidae, endemic to the Northern North island of New Zealand. The exact distribution is unknown, currently known only from localities in those areas packs of Northland. It resembles a copper skink, Oligosom ...

White-bellied skink

White-bellied skink is a species of skink endemic to the South island of New Zealand. He is under threat of extinction, With about 250 individuals in the wild.

Amarals Brazilian gecko

Amarals Brazilian Gecko is a species of nocturnal Gecko from the arid Jalapão region, Minas Gerais / Bahia. It is a bluish-gray, oviparous, tree-dwelling species, feeding on herbivorous insects and other invertebrates. He is immovable or fixed fo ...


Amnesteophis is a genus of snake in the family Colubridae, which contains the only melanauchen Amnesteophis. It was found in Brazil. This small snake species is first mentioned around 140 years ago, local residents in Bahia, Brazil. It is most si ...


Coronelaps is a genus of snake in the family Colubridae, which contains the only Lepidus Coronelaps. It is also known as Minas Gerais crowned snake or burrowing snakes. It is endemic in Brazil.

Lepidoblepharis hoogmoedi

For the Asian species called spotted dwarf gecko, see Hemiphyllodactylus bintik For the African species called spotted dwarf gecko, see Lygodactylus ocellatus Lepidoblepharis hoogmoedi, also known usually as Hoogmoeds scaly-eyed Gecko and the spo ...

Peraiba gecko

The Paraiba Gecko, also called Peraiba commonly a Gecko, is a species of Gecko, a lizard in the family Phyllodactylidae. The species is endemic to Brazil.

Uracentron azureum

Green iguana thornytail is a type of arboreal lizard from the Amazon rainforest and the forests of the Guiana shield. It was found in Colombia, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, in North-Eastern Peru, southern Venezuela and Northern Brazil. In add ...

Uracentron flaviceps

Uracentron flaviceps is a tropical iguana thornytail or Amazon iguana thornytail elusive species of medium size arboreal lizards in tropical lowlands of the Amazon. The species was described by French zoologist Alphone Guichenot in 1855. They are ...

Ungaliophis panamensis

Ungaliophis panamensis, or the Panamanian dwarf boa, is a species of snake in the Tropidophiidae family. He is a native of Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Colombia.

Western basilisk

The Western Basilisk, or red Basilisk, a large species of lizard in the family Corytophanidae. The species is endemic to northwestern South America.


Protocaiman caimanine this genus described for the first time in 2018. Protocaiman peligrensis, who was the first member of the genus needs to be identified, lived in Patagonia in the age of the Paleocene. The fossil was discovered in the formati ...

Spilotes pullatus

Spilotes pullatus, commonly known as caninana, chicken snake, yellow rat snake, or serpiente Tigre, is a species of large nonvenomous colubrid snake endemic in the warmer parts of America.

Trachylepis maculata

Trachylepis maculata is a species of skink in the genus Trachylepis recorded from Demerara in Guyana, Northern South America. He placed in the genus Trachylepis, which is mainly confined to Africa, and the locality may be bugs. Is a fat, olive-br ...

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