Agamidae – Known as Dragons in Australia – 17201
The family Agamidae is one of three families belonging to the infraorder Iguania. Known as dragons in Australia, agamids are small to moderate-sized lizards at maturity, and vary from a snout-vent length less than 50 mm to nearly one metre. Most Australian agamids are terrestrial, a few are arboreal or semi- arboreal and one species is riparian. Some species are swift, while others depend on cryptic colours and shape to avoid predation.
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