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With such a diverse group of lizards being kept in the modern hobby, there is no surprise at their growing popularity. For first time keepers we recommend you read our caresheets thoroughly to understand the differences between them.


Argentine Black and White Tegu
Argentine Black and White TeguTupinambis merianaePrices from£499.99
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.
Asian Long Tailed Lizard
Asian Long Tailed LizardTakydromus sexlineatusPrices from£27.50
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
Asian Sun SkinkMabuya multifasciataPrices from£12.95
Asian Sun Skinks range from Pakistan and India to Indochina, Thailand and down to northern Peninsular Malaysia.
Bearded Dragon
Bearded DragonPogona vitticepsPrices from£60.00
Bearded Dragons are found only throughout Australia. They are a large species growing to a total length of 15-24 inches when adult.
Bosc Monitor
Bosc MonitorVaranus exanthematicusPrices from£49.95
Bosc monitors are a great starter Monitor Lizard, if given the regular attention it needs it can become a very tame lizard.
Bronze Skink
Bronze SkinkEutropis maculariaPrices from£9.95
The Bronze Skink is a small species native to South and Southeast Asia. Males are easy to distinguish due to the orange colour on their throat and sides. Average size is 16cm snout to tip of the tail.
Crested Gecko
Crested GeckoCorrelophus cillatusPrices from£55.00
One of the most exciting animals available to reptile enthusiasts. These exotic pets have proved hardy, easy to maintain and a great starting point for someone wanting to keep their first pet reptile.
Elegant Gecko
Elegant GeckoStenodactylus stenodactylusPrices from£19.95
The Elegant Gecko is a small desert-dwelling species from Egypt. They reach a maximum size of 10cm, males are small and slender compared to females.
Fan-Footed Gecko
Fan-Footed GeckoPtyodactylus hasselquistiiPrices from£12.95
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.
Golden Gecko
Golden GeckoGekko ulikovskiiPrices from£12.95
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.
Green Mountain Horned Dragon
Green Mountain Horned DragonAcanthosaura lepidogasterPrices from£25.00
Also, known as forest dragons or pricklenape lizards. These arboreal reptiles spend much of their time off the ground on tree trunks or sat on branches.
Leopard Fringe Fingered Lizard
Leopard Fringe Fingered LizardAcanthodactylus pardalisPrices from£10.00
This medium sized lizard best suits a dry shrubland or subtropical setup. Their requirements are similar to a Bearded Dragon with a high basking area and plenty of space to move around.
Leopard Gecko
Leopard GeckoEublepharis maculariusPrices from£49.95
Due to their ease of maintenance and affordable housing, we believe these geckos to be the best starter lizards for reptile enthusiasts.
Madagascan Giant Day Gecko
Madagascan Giant Day GeckoPhelsuma grandisPrices from£89.95
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.
Moorish Gecko
Moorish GeckoTarentola mauritanicaPrices from£14.95
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!
Mountain Horned Dragon
Mountain Horned DragonAcanthosaura capraPrices from£25.00
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.
Mourning Gecko
Mourning GeckoLepidodactylus lugubrisPrices from£19.95
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 Skink
Ocellated SkinkChalchides ocellatusPrices from£14.95
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.
Panther Chameleon
Panther ChameleonChamaeleo pardalisPrices from£99.95
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.
Petries Gecko
Petries GeckoStenodactylus petriiPrices from£19.95
This small, mainly nocturnal species is called a Petries Gecko. They inhabit areas of North Africa and Egypt.
Rankins Dragon
Rankins DragonPogona henrylawsoniPrices from£99.95
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.
True Fire Skink
True Fire SkinkLygosoma fernandiPrices from£69.95
The True Fire Skink has to be one of the most beautiful species of lizards with their vivid red colour. They become very tame and have an inquisitive nature, especially when it's feeding time.
Yemen Chameleon
Yemen ChameleonChamaeleo calyptratusPrices from£59.95
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.

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