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Lizards for sale

From the small Neon Blue Tailed Lizards to the large Bearded Dragons, you will find all the information on them in this section. We have a large range of lizards from the popular Leopard Geckos to Veiled Chameleons.

Bearded Dragon PhotoAvailable to Order

Bearded Dragon
Pogona vitticeps

Bearded Dragons are found only throughout Australia. They are a large species growing to a total length of 15-24 inches when adult.

Black Lined Plated Lizard PhotoAvailable to Order

Black Lined Plated Lizard
Gerrhosaurus nigrolineatus

The Black Lined Plated Lizard is a long slender species which has in the past been confused as a Yellow Throated Plated Lizard due to a similar appearance.

Brown Basilisk PhotoAvailable to Order

Brown Basilisk
Basiliscus vittatus

The Brown Basilisk is also known as the Jesus Lizard due to their ability to run on water without sinking. They are native to Panama, Belize, northwestern Colombia and Costa Rica, also been introduced into other US states.

Crested Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Crested Gecko
Rhacodactylus ciliatus

Crested Geckos come from wet and dense forests of New Caledonia and other surrounding islands. They prefer cooler temperatures compared to other species of lizards commonly kept.

Dwarf Sun Gazer PhotoAvailable to Order

Dwarf Sun Gazer
Cordylus tropidosternum

Dwarf Sun Gazer are found in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Emerald Swift PhotoAvailable to Order

Emerald Swift
Sceloporus malachitus

Emerald Swift get their name due to the males are bright colours. They are small sized, very active and easy species to keep.

European Eyed Lizard PhotoAvailable to Order

European Eyed Lizard
Timon lepidus

The European Eyed Lizard is also known as the Ocellated Lizard. This is a large species averaging 60cm in total length. Males are robust with a green background colour while females tend to be grey to green; both sexes have blue spotting on the flanks.

Fence Lizards PhotoAvailable to Order

Fence Lizards
Sceloporus poinsettia

The Fence lizard or crevice spiny swift as it's also known, is endemic to a small area of the US and Mexico. These lizards are typically grey in color, but can have a red-brown appearance with a white and black collar around the neck region.

Flying Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Flying Gecko
Ptychozoon kuhli

Flying Geckos are weird but also wonderful.

Gargoyle Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Gargoyle Gecko
Rhacodactylus auriculatus

Gargoyle Geckos are found in New Caledonia and they are one of the smallest of the Rhacodactylus species growing to a length of around five inches.

Giant Madagascan Velvet Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Giant Madagascan Velvet Gecko
Blaesodactylus sakalava

The Giant Madagascan Velvet Gecko is a large species reaching an adult length of 25cm. Their body is mottled allowing them to camouflage on tree trunks.

Goldust Day Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Goldust Day Gecko
Phelsuma laticauda

Goldust Day Geckos are bright green to a yellowish green. Three elongated red teardrop markings are present on their back.

Green Anole PhotoAvailable to Order

Green Anole
Anolis carolinensis

The Green Anoles is a tree-dwelling lizard that's native to the Southeastern United States and Caribbean islands. These are an ideal species for beginners as they are very hardy in captivity if the conditions ar correct.

Green Basilisk PhotoAvailable to Order

Green Basilisk
Basiliskus plumifrons

These bright green lizards are an arboreal species that are found in dense rainforests of Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Columbia and Panama.

House Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

House Gecko
Hemidactylus species

House Gecko has obtained its name due to living within the homes of people. They are a nocturnal tropical and subtropical species that reach an average size of 7cm head to tip of tail.

Leopard Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Leopard Gecko
Eublepharis macularius

Leopard Geckos are one of the easiest and widely kept species of lizard. They have a calm nature, easy to care for and they make great beginner pets. Available in a number of colour morphs.

Madagascan Giant Day Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Madagascan Giant Day Gecko
Phelsuma grandis

As their name would suggest the Madagascan Giant Day Geckos can reach an adult length of 30cm. They are bright green with red markings around the face and back; simply stunning.

Madagascan Ground Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Madagascan Ground Gecko
Paroedura pictus

The Madagascan Ground Gecko is a nocturnal ground dwelling gecko which is found amongst the leaf litter in the forests of Madagascar.

Mourning Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Mourning Gecko
Lepidodactylus lugubris

The Mourning Gecko is a small nocturnal species of gecko reaching no more than 10cm in total length. These are a very widespread species but the most interesting fact about them is that they are parthenogenic.

Ocellated Uromastyx PhotoAvailable to Order

Ocellated Uromastyx
Uromastyx ocellatus

The Ocellated Uromastyx or Ocellated Dab-tailed Lizard as it is also known is a spiny tailed lizard that lives in arid desert regions, within rocky areas.

Palm Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Palm Gecko
Gekko vittatus

Palm Geckos are found in Bismarck Archipelago, India, Indonesia, Palau Islands and Solomon Islands.

Siamese Leaf-Toed Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

Siamese Leaf-Toed Gecko
Dixonius siamensis

The Siamese Leaf-Toed Gecko is a small Thailand species reaching a total length of 12cm. They are a nocturnal species, hiding away during the heat of the day under bark and in holes.

Star Agama PhotoAvailable to Order

Star Agama
Laudakia stellio

These lizards are normally found basking in the rocky habitats of Northeast Africa and Southwest Asia. They are quite shy, but make great display animals.

Water Dragon PhotoAvailable to Order

Water Dragon
Physignathus cocincinus

Water Dragons like to relax by lying on branches above water. They require a large enclosure with a nice sized water area.

White Spotted Gecko PhotoAvailable to Order

White Spotted Gecko
Tarentola annularis

The White Spotted Gecko reaches a size of 7-8 inches. The ground colour is dark brown with black bands and white spots.

Yemen Chameleon PhotoAvailable to Order

Yemen Chameleon
Chamaeleo calyptratus

The Yemen or Veiled Chameleon as its also known, is one of the best reptiles for beginners. However this species still requires an amount of specialist care.

African Banded Velvet Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

African Banded Velvet Gecko
Homopholis fasciata

The African Banded Velvet Gecko has obtained this name as to the touch they feel like velvet and have bands across their body. They are a small nocturnal species that are found in East Africa.

African Clawed Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

African Clawed Gecko
Holodactylus africanus

The African Clawed Gecko is a slow moving nocturnal species of lizard from the savannah areas of East Africa. They are smooth textured and nicely marked on the body.

African Fat Tailed Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

African Fat Tailed Gecko
Hemitheconyx caudicinctus

African Fat Tailed Geckos are the second most widely kept eublepharine species of gecko. They have a nice, calm nature making them a great pet for beginners or experienced keepers looking for an alternative to the Leopard Gecko.

Argentine Black and White Tegu PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Argentine Black and White Tegu
Tupinambis merianae

Argentine Black and White Tegu are the largest species of Tegu reaching between three and five feet, males are larger then females. They do make great pets becoming very attached to their owner, however you must be able to provide the spare these require.

Argus Monitor PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Argus Monitor
Varanus panoptes horni

The Argus Monitor is found within Southern New Guinea and Northern regions of Australia. The New Guinea variety V. p. horni is more commonly available in the hobby. Males reach lengths of 120-150cm and females smaller at 90cm.

Asian Blood Suckers PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Asian Blood Suckers
Calotes versicolor

The Asian Blood suckers range from India through Burma, Southern China and Thailand to Northern Peninsular Malaysia.

Asian Long Tailed Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Asian Long Tailed Lizard
Takydromus sexlineatus

Asian Long Tailed Lizards have a total snout to vent length of 6cm, total sizes including its extremely long tail 30cm. These are a lovely active species from South-East Asia.

Asian Sun Skink PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Asian Sun Skink
Mabuya macularia

Asian Sun Skinks range from Pakistan and India to Indochina, Thailand and down to northern Peninsular Malaysia.

Asian Water Monitor PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Asian Water Monitor
Varanus salvator

The Asian Water Monitor occurs throughout much of southern Asia, from India in the west to the Philippines and the Indo-Australian islands in the east. They can grow up to 3 meters, but average out at 1.5 meters.

Australian Water Dragon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Australian Water Dragon
Physignathus lesueurii

Female Australian Water Dragons can reach approx. 2 feet, males tend to be larger at 3 feet, this includes their tail. They are native to Eastern Australia from Victoria north to Queensland, there is also a small population in the South-East coast of the

Balkan Green Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Balkan Green Lizard
Lacerta trilineata

Balkan Green Lizards are stunning; females are green with faint stripes running down the body, whereas males are bright green with a blue throat. They are mediums sized reaching approximately 30cm in total length.

Bauers Chameleon Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Bauers Chameleon Gecko
Eurydactylodes agricolae

Another species from the island of New Caledonia that can be kept similar to crested geckos and other Rhacodactylus. The Bauers Chameleon gecko is a small species however and requires less space than some of their native cousins.

Bearded Pygmy Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Bearded Pygmy Chameleon
Rhampholeon brevicaudatus

The Bearded Pygmy Chameleon is a small species growing to a maximum size of 8cm. They have two large lobes on their chin, giving them their name.

Beaver Tailed Agama PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Beaver Tailed Agama
Xenagama batilifera

The Xenagama species are from Ethiopia and Somalia, they are even found up to 2000m above sea level. Their habitat is well known for its massive rocks, steep cliffs and deep canyons. They live in the grasslands, savannas, deserts and volcanic areas.

Bells Dab Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Bells Dab Lizard
Uromastyx acanthinura

The Bells Dab Lizard may also be known as a Bells Spiny Lizard; this is an Uromastyx species that reaches 30-40cm. Once warmed up, this lizard has an orange, red, yellow and even green colour body with black flecks.

Berber Skink PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Berber Skink
Eumeces schneideri

The Berber Skink is a medium to large hardy species, they can live up to 20 years. They can be found in Egypt and reach an adult size of approx 400mm (16 inch).

Black Necked Tree Agama PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Black Necked Tree Agama
Acanthocercus cyanogaster

The Black Necked Tree Agama is a colourful species. Displaying males have a greenish white, blue or turquoise head and throat. Average size is 20-30cm.

Blue Anole PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Blue Anole
Anolis roquet

The Blue Anole grows to an adult size of approx. 22cm (8.5 inches).

Blue Headed Tree Agama PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Blue Headed Tree Agama
Agama atricollis

The Blue Headed Tree Agama is a very large agama, reaching a maximum length of 15 inches.

Blue Spiny Swift PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Blue Spiny Swift
Sceloporus serrifer cyanogenys

The Blue Spiny Swift is also known as a Blue Fence Lizard, males have a blue under belly when breeding. They inhabit deserts, shrub lands and rocky hillsides from Texas to Mexico.

Blue Tongue Skink PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Blue Tongue Skink
Tiliqua sp.

The name Blue Tongue Skink comes from the colour of this skinks tongue, which is berry blue. They are a large species which can reach sizes of 50cm (20in).

Bosc Monitor PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Bosc Monitor
Varanus exanthematicus

Bosc monitors are a great starter Monitor Lizard, if given the regular attention it needs it can become a very tame lizard.

Bosks Fringe Toed Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Bosks Fringe Toed Lizard
Acanthodactylus boskianus

Bosks Fringe Toed Lizard is a lacertid lizard that is found in Egypt and Saudi Arabia. It is a very fast lizard that lives in deserts.

Brooks House Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Brooks House Gecko
Hemidactylus brookii

First discovered in Borneo. This is a small nocturnal gecko that is very easy to keep and breed. A fantastc starter gecko! Adults reach about 7cm long. The ground colour of the dorsal surfaces is tan to straw turning nearly white at night time.

Brown Anole PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Brown Anole
Anolis sagrei

Growing to a total length of 18-20cm from snout to tip of tail, the Brown Anole is a small active species. They enjoy basking on branches and feeding on small insects.

Brown Tree Climber PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Brown Tree Climber
Uranoscodon superciliosus

Brown Tree Climber or Mop Head Iguanas as they are also known, will reach an adult size of 24 inches. They prefer a tall vivarium with plenty of branches and a large water area.

Butterfly Agama PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Butterfly Agama
Leiolepis belliana

These stunning lizards are sometimes over looked, however their requirements are very similar to the popular Bearded Dragon. Native to Vietnam, this is a very active species and becomes tame over time.

Central American Banded Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Central American Banded Gecko
Coleonyx mitratus

This small pretty gecko is native to Central America. But whilst thousands of miles apart, this species is actually closely related to the Leopard gecko.

Chinese Cave Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Chinese Cave Gecko
Goniurosaurus luii

The Chinese Cave Gecko are brown or purple, broken by black spots with yellow or bright orange bands.

Chuckwalla PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Sauromalis sp.

The Chuckwalla is large ground dwelling lizard that spends most of its time basking on rocks. They reach sizes of 400mm (16 inch) and are herbivorous, feeding on plant matter.

Club Tailed Iguana PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Club Tailed Iguana
Ctenosaura quinquecarinata

Commonly known as the Club Tailed Iguana or Five Keeled Spiny-tailed Iguana. These lizards grow to a length of up to 35cm and are found in subtropical and tropical dry forest in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

Collard Tree Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Collard Tree Lizard
Plica plica

The Collared Tree Lizard may also been known as the South American Chameleon. They have a wide habitat range from rainforest to deserts in areas of South America and Caribbean.

Common Flat Rock Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Common Flat Rock Lizard
Platysaurus intermedius

The Common Flat Rock Lizard is medium sized growing to a maximum length of 13cm. Males are colourful with a dark blue body with a red tail.

Crested Anole PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Crested Anole
Anolis cristatellus

Crested Anole's are native to neotropical areas such as Puerto Rico and some of the Caribbean Islands. These animals reach lengths between 10-20cm with males being the bigger of the two sexes.

Crested Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Crested Chameleon
Chamaeleo cristatus

The Crested Chameleon is a medium sized chameleon that requires a very high humidity level and a well planted enclosure.

Crocodile Skink PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Crocodile Skink
Tribolonotus noveaguinae

The Crocodile Skink is named due to its appearance. Adults reach between 7.5 to 8 inches in length, colouration is brown to light black with a yellow belly.

Cuban Knight Anole PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Cuban Knight Anole
Anolis equestris

The Cuban knight anole is the largest of the anole species. They can reach an impressive size of 33-48cm (13-19inch) snout to tip of tail!

Curly Tail Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Curly Tail Lizard
Leiocephalus carinatus

The Curly Tail Lizard has the correct name as its tail curls over its back. They are a small species growing to 100-180mm (4-7 inch) and can be found in Peru, the Caribbean and Cuba.

Desert Collared Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Desert Collared Lizard
Crotaphytus bicinctores

The Desert Collared Lizard is also known as the Great Basin Collared Lizard. They inhabit arid rocky deserts of California and are often found basking on rocks.

Desert Horned Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Desert Horned Lizard
Phrynosoma platyrhinos

Desert Horned Lizards are a gentle species, but care must be taken as they may push spines into hands while being held.

Desert Iguana PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Desert Iguana
Dipsosaurus dorsalis

Desert Iguanas live in hot arid, sandy areas of Mojave and Sonoran deserts of southeastern California, southern Nevada and western Arizona. They are a medium sized lizard reaching a total length of 16 inches.

Desert Spiny Swift PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Desert Spiny Swift
Sceloporus magister

The Desert Spiny Swift can be found in North America, found from southeaster Arizona to West Texas and into northern Mexico. They are a medium to large lizard reaching an adult size of 180- 330mm (7-13 inch).

Dwarf Angulated Painted Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Dwarf Angulated Painted Gecko
Lygodactylus angularis

Dwarf Angulated Painted Gecko come from tropical forests.

East African Green Day Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

East African Green Day Gecko
Phelsuma dubia

The East African Green Day Gecko is a medium-sized day gecko, growing to approximately 15 cm. Colour varies between grayish green, grayish brown and bluish green. They are found in the west coast of Madagascar.

Eastern Collared Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Eastern Collared Lizard
Crotaphytus collaris

Eastern Collared Lizards have a dark brown/black collar around the neck and range from tan, yellow or green markings with spots scattered over the body. Females are yellowish-tan with faint spots. Both sexes reach an adult size of 200-350mm (8-14 inch).

Egyptian Uromastyx PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Egyptian Uromastyx
Uromastyx aegypticus

This is the largest species of Uromastyx, reaching at least 30 inches. You must provide a large enclosure between 5-6ft when adult.

Elegant Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Elegant Gecko
Stenodactylus elegans

The Elegant Gecko is a small nocturnal species from Egypt. They reach an adult size of 9-10cm, head to tip of tail.

Emperor Flat Rock Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Emperor Flat Rock Lizard
Platysaurus imperator

The Emperor Flat Rock Lizard can be found in savannahs of Zimbabwe and Mozambique in Africa. Males are colourful compared to females which are black with cream stripes. Adults reach a body length between 10 to 15cm.

Fan-Footed Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Fan-Footed Gecko
Ptyodactylus hasselquistii

This genus of geckos have a rather wide distribution going right across dry areas of Africa and the Middle East. The common name has derived from the way in which the toes are spread out like a fan.

Fischers Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Fischers Chameleon
Kinyongia fischeri

The Fischers Chameleon also known as the Two Horned Chameleon. They are medium sized reaching 30-40cm, males being larger.

Five Lined Skink PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Five Lined Skink
Mabuya quinquetaeniata

This is a rock dwelling skink which reaches an adult size of 18-22cm. They are hardy, but can be fast until they settle into their new enclosure.

Flap Neck Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Flap Neck Chameleon
Chamaeleo dilepis

Flap Neck Chameleons are one of the most abundant, inexpensive and commonly imported chameleons.

Flat-Tailed House Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Flat-Tailed House Gecko
Cosymbotus platyurus

The Flat-Tailed Gecko is one of the most commonest house geckos in Southeast Asia.

Forest Tree Dragon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Forest Tree Dragon
Gonocephalus kuhlii

The Forest Tree Dragon can be found within the humid forests of Indonesia. This lizard can reach a total length of 40cm head to tip of tail.

Four Horned Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Four Horned Chameleon
Chamaeleo quadricornis

The Four Horned Chameleon is a stunning species with males having a large crest and sail fin present along with horns. They are a medium sized chameleons and must be kept in cool conditions.

Freckled Monitor PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Freckled Monitor
Varanus tristis orientalis

The freckled Monitor is samll to medium sized reaching an adult length of 50 to 60cm. They require a semi tropical enclosure with access to climbing.

Frilled Neck Dragon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Frilled Neck Dragon
Chlamydosaurus kingii

Frilled Neck Dragons live within Australia and New Guinea. They are one of the most spectacular looking lizards when in display, holding out a flap of skin around their neck.

Giant Plated Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Giant Plated Lizard
Gerrhosaurus validus

The Giant Plated Lizard inhabits dry rock areas in southern Africa. Adults reach a size of up to 70cm and tame fairly quickly.

Giant Wonder Gecko or Frog Eyed Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Giant Wonder Gecko or Frog Eyed Gecko
Teratoscincus keyserlingi

The Giant Wonder Gecko is just that reaching an adult size of 20cm (8 inches) from the snout to the tip of the tail.

Gidgee Spiny Tailed Skink PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Gidgee Spiny Tailed Skink
Egernia stokesii

The Gidgee Spiny Tailed Skink can be found living burrows and rock crevices within Australia. They have a skink appearance with rough scales and a short spiky tail.

Golden Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Golden Gecko
Gekko ulikovskii

This is a medium sized arboreal gecko species that reaches 13 to 18cm in length; males being larger. They have a lovely golden colouration and are native to the tropical rainforests of Vietnam.

Great Plated lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Great Plated lizard
Gerrhosaurus major

Great Plated lizards live on rocky hills between rock crevices. Their appearance varies depending on the phase as they are found in Eastern Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique.

Greater Earless Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Greater Earless Lizard
Cophosaurus texanus

Greater Earless Lizards prefer rocky desert flats, streambeds, and limestone cliffs.

Green Headed Agama PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green Headed Agama
Agama species

Typical Agama appearance with green colouration on their heads. Adults reach a size of 33 to 38cm head to tip of tail, they can be kept in groups.

Green Iguana PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green Iguana
Iguana iguana

Green Iguanas reach an adult size of 4-7ft. This is not a beginner pet, research recommended.

Green Mountain Horned Dragon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green Mountain Horned Dragon
Acanthosaura lepidogaster

Green Mountain Horned Dragons live throughout rain forests of Burma, Northern Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Southern China and the Island of Hainan.

Green Pygmy Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green Pygmy Chameleon
Rhampholeon viridis

The Green Pygmy Chameleon is a stunning little species. Very sort after, these green to brown Chameleons thrive at room temperature and in a well plant, humid terrarium.

Green Tree Dragon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Green Tree Dragon
Bronchocela jubata

The Green Tree Dragon is found living within low shrubs or trees in Indonesia. They are a lovely colour, some specimens being a vivid green with lighter markings around the head on body, they reach 55cm.

Halmahera Giant Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Halmahera Giant Gecko
Gehyra vorex

The Halmahera Giant Gecko can reach an adult size of up to 13 inch, but average out at 10 inches. They can be found in Indonesia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and several other islands around this this region.

Hatian Curlytail Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Hatian Curlytail Lizard
Leiocephalus schreibersii

This common ground liizard is very widespread throughout it's native countries in the Caribbean and also Florida.

Helmeted Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Helmeted Gecko
Tarentola chazalia

The Helmeted Geckos is a small nocturnal species found in rocky deserts of Morocco. This species is quite hard to find within the pet trade.

Helmeted Iguana or Forest Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Helmeted Iguana or Forest Chameleon
Corytophanes cristata

The Helmeted Iguana ranges from Southern Mexico through Central America to Northeastern Columbia in the tropical rainforests.

Henkels Leaf Tail Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Henkels Leaf Tail Gecko
Uroplatus henkeli

The Henkels Leaf Gecko is the largest species in the genus, reaching ad adult length of 28cm. During the day, they will sleep on tree trunks and become active at night in the search for insects.

Jacksons Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Jacksons Chameleon
Trioceros jacksonii jacksonii

The Jackson's Chameleon is one of three recognised subspecies. This species is a medium size chameleon and is famous for it's three horns. They are native to Tanzania and Kenya in East Africa

Jayakars Oman Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Jayakars Oman Lizard
Omanosaura jayakari

The Jayakars Oman Lizard inhabits the Northern Hajar Mountains in Oman. They have a body length of 20cm with small blue or grey spots on the light grey to sandy brown background.

Jewelled Curly Tailed Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Jewelled Curly Tailed Lizard
Leiocephalus personatus

Jewelled Curly Tailed Lizard get their name due to the male curling the tail over his back, like a loose watch spring. He does this in displays to attract females and drive away other males.

Kenyan Pygmy Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Kenyan Pygmy Chameleon
Rhampholeon Kerstenii

The Kenyan Pygmy Chameleon can be found living amoung leaf litter on the forest floor and low shurbs.

Kim Howells Dwarf Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Kim Howells Dwarf Gecko
Lygodactylus kimhowelli

The Kim Howells Gecko is a dwarf species reaching a maximum size of 9cm. They are brightly coloured with a grey/blue body with three black stripes running down the body; they also have a bright yellow head.

Kim Howells Dwarf Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Kim Howells Dwarf Gecko
Lygodactylus kimhowelli

The Kim Howells Dwarf Gecko has a blue to grey body with two darker lines running from the shoulders to the base of the tail. They also have a noticeable yellow and black patterning on the head and neck.

Leopard Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Leopard Lizard
Gambelia wislizenii

Leopard Lizards are creamy white or gray ground color with spots of brown or dark gray.

Lesser Tree Agama PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Lesser Tree Agama
Pseudocalotes tympanistriga

Not much information is available for the Lesser Tree Agama, but we know these reach an adult size of 20 to 25cm. The colour can range from shades of green to brown, with dark specks along the body.

Lesser Wonder Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Lesser Wonder Gecko
Teratoscincus m. microlepis

The Lesser Wonder Gecko can be found in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Lined Day Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Lined Day Gecko
Phelsuma lineata

The Lined Day Gecko is a small species from Madagascar and as the name suggests, they have a dark line running down the side of the body.

Madagascan Collared Iguana PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Madagascan Collared Iguana
Oplurus cuvieri

The Madagascan Collared Iguana is the largest of its family reaching between 12 and 15 inches. They are also known as Madagascan Spiny Tailed Iguanas.

Major Skink PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Major Skink
Egernia frerei

The Major Skink is a shy diurnal lizard and is one of Australia's largest skinks. Mainly feeding on insects they will also feed on fruit.

Marbled Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Marbled Gecko
Gekko grossmanni

As the name suggests, this Geckos has marbling all over it's body; the colour varies from grey to a light brown with both light and dark markings. They are an arboreal species from Southeast Asia.

Mellers Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mellers Chameleon
Chamaeleo melleri

The Mellers Chameleon is also known as the Giant One Horned Chameleon; this is the largest species of Chameleon in Africa.

Moorish Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Moorish Gecko
Tarentola mauritanica

The Moorish Gecko, also known as Crocodile Gecko is pretty, but shouldn't be handles as they are nervous. Whilst mainly nocturnal they can be found during the day basking. This is a nice, hardy species with very few problems!

Moroccan Uromastyx PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Moroccan Uromastyx
Uromastyx acanthinura nigriventris

The Moroccan Uromastyx is a medium to large species reaching an adult length of 35-40cm. As adults, they can have striking colours ranging in yellow to orange bodies.

Mount Kilimanjaro Two Horned Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mount Kilimanjaro Two Horned Chameleon
Bradypodion tavetanum

The Mount Kilimanjaro Two Horned Chameleon is among the smaller species reaching approx. 20cm. Males have two horns, a higher dorsal crest and are more colourful.

Mountain Horned Dragon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Mountain Horned Dragon
Acanthosaura capra

Mountain Horned Dragons are full of character and can easily be tamed down with a little time and patience. These beautiful creatures make an extremely good species for the novice and also the more experienced keeper.

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Mullers Skink
Spenopmorphus mulleri

The Mullers Skink is a burrowing species found in humid areas, generally near water. They are very long reaching a size of approx. 28cm.

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Neon Blue Tailed Tree Lizard
Holaspis guentheri

With striking colours, this small Neon Blue Tailed Tree Lizard is a MUST for any collection. Found in lowland forests and open woodlands high within the African trees.

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New Guinea Walking Gecko
Cyrtodactylus louisiadensis

The New Guinea Walking Gecko is one of Australia's largest lizards, reaching around 30cm. They have a sandy brown base colour with dark bands across the body and tail.

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Nguru Pygmy Chameleon
Rhampholeon acuminatus

The Nguru Pygmy Chameleon is an attractive little species reaching an adult size of approx 9 to 11cm. They have a small disc like shape to the tip of the nose, colouration can vary from shades of brown to vivid green.

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Nile Monitor
Varanus niloticus

The Nile Monitor is a hardy species to keep in captivity, but these can grow large. They can reach sizes of 7 feet, however tend to average out at 4.5 to 5.5 feet.

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Ocellated Skink
Chalchides ocellatus

The Ocellated Skink may also be known at the Eyed Skink due to the patterning on their scales. They can be found living within hot sandy areas of Egypt and Northern Africa.

Olive Tree Skink PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Olive Tree Skink
Dasia olivacea

Olive Tree Skinks can be found in India, Malaysia and Thailand within trees and shrubs. The Olive Tree Skink has a grey body with a green belly.

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Painted Dragon
Laudakia stellio brachydactyla

The Painted Dragon has a similar appearance to the well known Bearded Dragon, they even tame down in a short period of time making them a good species to own.

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Panther Chameleon
Chamaeleo pardalis

The Panther Chameleon has to be the most stunning and sort after species, especially the males. They are also the second easiest species of Chameleons to own.

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Parkers Day Gecko
Phelsuma parkeri

The Parkers Day Gecko is bright green in colour, they reach a total length of 16cm. They inhabit Palms and Banana Trees of Pemba Island, Tanzania.

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Percivals Legless Skink
Acontias percivali

The Percivals Legless Skink is a slender snake like lizard that has no limbs; they have a rounded snout to help burrow into the substrate. They are a medium sized skink that reaches an adult size of around 25cm.

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Peters Writhing Skink
Lygosoma afrum

The Peters Writhing Skink is a small sand dwelling species that can be found in parts of Africa like Tanzania. They burrow down into the substrate with just their heads popping out on the look out for insects.

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Petries Gecko
Stenodactylus petrii

This small, mainly nocturnal species is called a Petries Gecko. They inhabit areas of North Africa and Egypt.

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Pink Bellied Swift
Sceloporus variabilis

The Pink Bellied Swift is a small to medium species growing to an adult size of 100-150mm (4-6 inch). They can be found living in rocky terrains in arid and semi-arid environments in North America, this lizard is found from South Texas to northeaster Mex

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Pink Tongued Skink
Cyclodomorphus gerrardii

Pink Tongued Skinks feed almost exclusively on snails and slugs. But will take a variety of other foods such as mixed veg, scrambled egg and earthworms.

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Pitless Pygmy Chameleon
Rhampholeon nchisiensis

This is a new species to the hobby and is a great little Pygmy Chameleon, they only reach an adult size of 5-7cm. They are a communal species with males and females living together in low vegetation and on the forest floor and among leaf litter.

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Porcus False Chameleon
Chamaeolis porcus

These lizards are quite unusual in appearance and aren't really chameleons. They do have a large, bony casque at the rear of the skull and have limited independent eye movement like chameleons however they are actually part of the anole family.

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Rainbow Flat Rock Lizard
Platysaurus janssoni

The Rainbow Flat Rock Lizard is an attractive small species that inhabits dry rocky areas of Southern Africa.

Rainbow Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Rainbow Lizard
Cnemidophorus motaguae

The Rainbow Lizard or Giant Whiptail Lizard as it is also known is a colourful species. Rainbow Lizards are found in Northern South America.

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Rainbow Skink
Mabuya margaritifer

Rainbow Skinks can be found in areas of East Africa, from Kenya down to Mozambique. They can generally be found living in open Savannah and within rock crevices.

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Rankins Dragon
Pogona henrylawsoni

The Rankins Dragons is a smaller species to the Bearded Dragon, reaching a total length of 12 inch. These are ideal for beginners who do not have the space for a large vivarium that is required with the Bearded Dragon.

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Red Eyed Crocodile Skink
Tribolonotus gracilis

The Red Eyed Crocodile Skink reaches an adult size of 18 to 20cm head to tip of tail. They are native to Indonesia and the surrounding Islands.

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Red Headed Agama
Agama agama

The Red Headed Agama is named due to the colour of its head, which is a red to orange colour. They live in groups consisting of one dominate male with several females and younger not dominate males.

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Red Sided Skink
Mabuya perroteti

The Red Sided Skink is very hardy, easy to keep and after time they can become tame. They have a lovely brown body with red running along the sides with the odd white scale.

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Rhodesian Girdled Lizard
Cordylus rhodesianus

The Rhodesian Girdled Lizard inhabits dry rocky outcrops of Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique. Adults reach a length of 12 to 14cm.

Ridge Tailed Monitor PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Ridge Tailed Monitor
Varanus acanthurus

The Ridge Tailed Monitor reaches an adult size of 70cm. They are found throughout the arid regions of Northern Australia.

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Rosette Nosed Pygmy Chameleon
Rhampholeon spinosum

The Rosette Nosed Pygmy Chameleon is easily distinguished by the disc like shaped tip to the nasal area and the lichen coloured body. This Pygmy Chameleon is relatively large compared to other pygmy species with adults reaching a size of up to 9cm.

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Rough Neck Monitor
Varanus rudicollis

The Rough Neck Monitor is a large lizard reaching up to 1.5 meters long. Being a tree climber in rainforests of Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo.

Round Tailed Horned Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Round Tailed Horned Lizard
Phrynosoma modestum

Round Tailed Horned Lizards feed on ants, termites, caterpillars, beetles, and other insects.

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Ruwenzori Side Striped Chameleon
Chamaeleo rudis

The Ruwenzori Side Striped Chameleon is a montane species, inhabiting low bushes and grasses of the alpine zone. They are a vivid green in colour and are an ideal species for beginners.

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Saharan Uromastyx
Uromastyx geyri

The Saharan Uromastyx is one of the brightest coloured Uromastyx ranging from yellow to red. They reach an average size of 28-35cm and have a nice docile nature.

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Scincus scincus

The Sandfish is a species of skink that can be found in Egypt and North Africa. They have adapted to live in sand and have the ability to swim through it. They are a hardy species to keep in captivity. They reach an adult size of 18-20 cm (7-8 inch).

Sandstone Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Sandstone Gecko
Gecko petricolus

The name Sandstone Gecko is due to the area this species is found, in sandstone formations in Thailand.

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Shield Tailed Agama
Xenagama taylori

The Shield Tailed Agama is a lizard found in Somalia and Ethiopia. It lives on arid flatland where they dig deep burrows. As it is a small lizard it uses it's tail to block it's burrow from predators at night.

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Side Striped Chameleon
Chamaeleo bitaeniatus

The Side Striped Chameleon ranges from East Africa including Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, southern Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and northeastern Congo (Zaire).

Side-Blotched Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Side-Blotched Lizard
Uta stansburiana

The Side-blotched Lizard can be found across most of the western United States and northern Mexico.

Slevins Sand Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Slevins Sand Gecko
Stenodactylus slevini

The Slevins Sand Gecko is a small species only reaching an adult size of 7cm head to tip of tail. They are easy to keep and maintain, feeding on small insects.

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Southern Long Tailed Lizard
Latastia longicaudata

The Southern Long Tailed Lizard can be found throughout Africa. They reach an adult length of 11cm snout to vent, over 40cm with their tail.

Speke's Sand Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Speke's Sand Lizard
Heliobolus spekii

Speke's Sand Lizard are found in Kenya.

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Striped Water Dragon
Lophognathus temporalis

Striped Water Dragons are from Indonesia and also occur in North West Australia. Males reach an adult size of around 18 inch, females are slightly smaller.

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Sudan Uromastyx
Uromastyx dispar

Reaching lengths of 14-16 inches, the Sudan Uromastyx will require a 4ft vivarium when adult. Their colour can range from yellow, orange or brown.

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Taita Blade-Horned Chameleons
Kinyongia boehmei

These chameleons grow to lengths of around 20cm and are endemic to the Taita hills in Kenya, Africa. These are rarely available in the hobby.

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Three Eyed Madagascan Iguana
Chalarodon madagascariensis

The Three Eyed Madagascan Iguana is named due to the prominent third eye on top of the head. These come from semi-arid areas consisting of hot, open sands; a large enclosure is required.

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Tokay Gecko
Gekko gecko

The Tokay Gecko is a noisy and aggressive species, but is very attractive looking. They are a Show Gecko rather then a species to handle as they will bite and this is very painful.

True Fire Skink PhotoCurrently Unvailable

True Fire Skink
Lygosoma fernandi

True Fire Skinks are beautiful looking and make a great Exotic Pet.

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Turkish Gecko
Hemidactylus turcicus

The Turkish Gecko can also be known as a Rough Scaled Gecko or even a Mediterranean House Gecko. They are a small nocturnal species reaching no more than 15cm in total length. They are found living around rocky areas or within and around houses eating mot

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Turners Gecko
Chondrodactylus turneri

Turners Geckos are mainly imported as Bibrons, however Bibrons are from Central South Africa. They are an arboreal species found in rocky and forested areas of Southern Tanzania and Mozambique.

Turquoise Dwarf Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Turquoise Dwarf Gecko
Lygodactylus williamsi

This is one of the most attractive looking geckos currently within the hobby. The males are an electric blue colouration, even females a brightly coloured.

Uluguru Pygmy Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Uluguru Pygmy Chameleon
Rhampholeon uluguruensis

The Uluguru Pygmy Chameleon is a small species reaching approx. 5cm. Their colour resembles a wilted leaf with shades of pale to dark brown.

Usambara Pitted Pygmy Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Usambara Pitted Pygmy Chameleon
Rhampholeon temporalis

The Usambara Pitted Pygmy Chameleon is leaf shaped and reaches sizes of 8-9cm. These can be housed in pairs and kept at 22-25C during the day.

Vietnam Golden Geckos PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Vietnam Golden Geckos
Gecko ulikowskii

The Golden geckos are found in the warm rainforests of Vietnam.

Viper Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Viper Gecko
Teratolepsis fasciata

Small and cute, Viper Geckos make a great Exotic Pet or an addition to any collection. They can only be found in hot, dry habitats within small areas of Pakistan.

Von Hohnels Chameleon PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Von Hohnels Chameleon
Chamaeleo hoehnelii

The Von Hohnels Chameleon is a hardy species reaching an adult size of 10-17cm. They are found Nairobi, Aberdare Mountains, Mountain Kenya and other parts of Africa.

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Whip Tailed Lizard
Cnemidophorus tigris

Whip Tailed Lizards are found in desert regions that have limited amounts of vegetation.

White Throat Monitor PhotoCurrently Unvailable

White Throat Monitor
Varanus albigularis

The White Throat monitor reaches an adult length of up to 2 meters, making this the second longest monitor in Africa.

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Yellow Crested Jacksons Chameleon
Trioceros jacksonii xantholophus

The Yellow Crested Jackson’s Chameleon is the largest of Jackson species reaching an adult size of 18 to 25cm in total length. Three horns are present on males snout, these are lacking in the females.

Yellow Headed Dwarf Gecko PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Yellow Headed Dwarf Gecko
Lygodactylus luteopicturatus

The Yellow Headed Dwarf Gecko is a stunning little species from Kenya and Tanzania in Africa. They have a blue-grey body with a bright yellow head and reach a maximum length of 9cm.

Yellow Throated Plated Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Yellow Throated Plated Lizard
Gerrhosaurus flavigularis

The Yellow Throated Plated Lizard is a medium sized lizard that reaches 25 to 30cm. They have two distinctive black and yellow striped, however these should not be confused with the Black Lined Plated Lizard.

Zebra Tail Lizard PhotoCurrently Unvailable

Zebra Tail Lizard
Callisaurus draconoides

The small Zebra Tail Lizard that reaches a size of 60-100 (2.5-4 inch) is widely distributed throughout the southwestern United States. They range from the Mojave and Colorado deserts north into the southern Great Basin.

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