ⓘ Pseudocalotes microlepis

                                     

ⓘ Pseudocalotes microlepis

Pseudocalotes microlepis, also known as Burmese false bloodsucker or small-scaled forest agamid, is a species of agamid lizard in the genus Pseudocalotes found in southern China, Thailand, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam.

                                     
  • Pseudocalotes is a genus of agamid lizards endemic to Southeast Asia. Pseudocalotes was disassociated from the genus Calotes by Moody 1980 Pseudocalotes
  • Platysternon megacephalum, Calotes emma alticristata, Pseudocalotes kakhienensis, Pseudocalotes microlepis Gekko gecko, Ptychozoon kaengkrachanense, Tropidophorus
  • false bloodsucker Pseudocalotes brevipes Kakhyen Hills spiny lizard Pseudocalotes kakhienensis Kingdonward s bloodsucker Pseudocalotes kingdonwardi Burmese
  • fortunensis Anolis lemniscatus Ruida s anole Anolis megalopithecus Anolis microlepis Anolis milleri Sierra Juarez anole Anolis rubiginosus Anolis schiedii
  • Chanthaburi Pseudocalotes khaonanensis Agamidae Khao Nan Long - headed Lizard South Nakhon Sri Thammarat - endemic Pseudocalotes microlepis Agamidae Boulenger s
  • Peninsular rock agama Psammophilus dorsalis Vietnam false bloodsucker Pseudocalotes brevipes Mountain dragon Rankinia diemensis Iraqi mastigure Saara