Here we have a variety of other weird and wonderful lizards.
Asian Long Tailed LizardTakydromus 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.
Black Lined Plated LizardGerrhosaurus nigrolineatus
Black Lined Lizard is a large, thick bodied plated lizard measuring 14 to 17cm.
Brown AnoleAnolis 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.
Cuban Knight AnoleAnolis 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!
Desert Spiny SwiftSceloporus 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).
Emerald SwiftSceloporus malachitus
Emerald Swifts are brightly coloured with green and blues.
Green AnoleAnolis 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.
Hatian Curlytail LizardLeiocephalus schreibersii
This common ground liizard is very widespread throughout it's native countries in the Caribbean and also Florida.
Jewelled Curly Tailed LizardLeiocephalus 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.
Neon Blue Tailed Tree LizardHolaspis 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.
Argentine Black and White TeguTupinambis merianae
Argentine Black and White Tegu are the largest species of Tegu reaching between three and five feet, males are much larger then females. They do make great pets becoming very attached to their owner, however you must be able to provide the spare these lar
Asian Blood SuckersCalotes versicolor
The Asian Blood suckers range from India through Burma, Southern China and Thailand to Northern Peninsular Malaysia.
Blue AnoleAnolis roquet
The Blue Anole grows to an adult size of approx. 22cm (8.5 inches).
Blue Spiny SwiftSceloporus cyanogenys
Blue spiny lizards are from a dry busy habitat on South Texas Plains. The most interesting fact about these lizards is there ability to give birth to live young.
Bosks Fringe Toed LizardAcanthodactylus 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.
Brown Tree ClimberUranoscodon 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 LizardLeiolepis belliana and reevesii
Butterfly Lizards are ground dwellers which dig deep borrows. They can be found from Southern China through Indo-China to Sumatra.
Collard Tree LizardPlica 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 LizardPlatysaurus 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.
Curly Tail LizardLeiocephalus 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 Horned LizardPhrynosoma platyrhinos
Desert Horned Lizards are a gentle species, but care must be taken as they may push spines into hands while being held.
Dwarf Sun GazerCordylus tropidosternum
Dwarf Sun Gazer are found in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Eastern Collared LizardCrotaphytus insularis
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).
Emperor Flat Rock LizardPlatysaurus 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.
Fence LizardsSceloporus 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.
Giant Plated LizardGerrhosaurus validus
The Giant Plated Lizard inhabits dry rock areas in southern Africa. Adults reach a size of up to 70cm and tame fairly quickly.
Greater Earless LizardCophosaurus texanus
Greater Earless Lizards prefer rocky desert flats, streambeds, and limestone cliffs.
Jayakars Oman LizardOmanosaura 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.
Leopard LizardGambelia wislizenii
Leopard Lizards are creamy white or gray ground color with spots of brown or dark gray.
Pink Bellied SwiftSceloporus 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
Porcus False ChameleonChamaeolis 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.
Rainbow Flat Rock LizardPlatysaurus janssoni
The Rainbow Flat Rock Lizard is an attractive small species that inhabits dry rocky areas of Southern Africa.
Rainbow LizardCnemidophorus 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.
Rhodesian Girdled LizardCordylus rhodesianus
The Rhodesian Girdled Lizard inhabits dry rocky outcrops of Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique. Adults reach a length of 12 to 14cm.
Round Tailed Horned LizardPhrynosoma modestum
Round Tailed Horned Lizards feed on ants, termites, caterpillars, beetles, and other insects.
Side-Blotched LizardUta stansburiana
The Side-blotched Lizard can be found across most of the western United States and northern Mexico.
Southern Long Tailed LizardLatastia 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 LizardHeliobolus spekii
Speke's Sand Lizard are found in Kenya.
Twany Plated lizardGerrhosaurus major
Twany Plated lizard live on rocky hills between the cracks in the rocks. They are found in Eastern Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique.
Whip Tailed LizardCnemidophorus tigris
Whip Tailed Lizards are found in desert regions that have limited amounts of vegetation.
Yellow Linned Plated LizardGerrhosaurus flavigularis
Yellow Linned Plated Lizards live in Southern Africa, found in dry open places in rocky and mountainous grass country.
Zebra Tail LizardCallisaurus 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.