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Girdle-tailed Lizard

Cordylus tropidosternum

These versatile lizards either spend their time dwelling in trees (arboreal) or dwelling in the rocks below. The sexes are similar in size and appearance. The biggest difference is that the males have slightly broader heads.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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