Agamidae

[n] - an Old World reptile family of Sauria
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Agamidae

family Agamidae noun an Old World reptile family of Sauria
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Agamidae

lizard family composed of about 350 species in about 50 genera. Agamids typically have scaly bodies, well-developed legs, and a moderately long tail; ...
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Agamidae

The Agamidae are a family of lizards in which the teeth are inserted on the edge of the jaw (acrodont). The family includes Draco volans, Moloch horridus (the Moloch lizard) and Chlamydosaurus.
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Agamidae

Agamids, lizards of the family Agamidae, include more than 300 species in Africa, Asia, Australia, and a few in Southern Europe. Many species are commonly called dragons or dragon lizards. ==Overview== Phylogenetically, they may be sister to the Iguanidae, and have a similar appearance. Agamids usually have well-developed, strong legs. Their tails...
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