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Sunday, 2 December 2012

Phrynocephalus

Phrynocephalus: commonly called Toadhead Agamas or Toad-headed Agama, includes more than 45 species of small and medium sized agamid lizards that inhabit open arid and semiarid environments of Asia and Eastern Europe. The systematics of this genus is very complicated and there are a lot of controversial points of view about the unclear phylogeny of this group. All representatives of this genus have adopted the so-called "sit and wait" hunting strategy and they actively use visual orientation when watching for food. In general, the ecological niche and role of Phrynocephalus species in lizard communities of arid environments of Asia are poorly studied.

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