Lizards | Namibia
Introduction: Anchieta's agama (Agama anchietae) is a small lizard with a broad head and short, rounded snout. The tail is half the length of the body and head. This species has similar behavioural patterns to the southern spiny agama.
Diet: Ants, termites, beetles and grasshoppers.
Colouring: Pinkish-brown upper body with reddish-brown flanks and a white belly.
Breeding: Females lay between 10 to 12 soft-shelled eggs.
Size: SVL 60 to 80mm. Max SVL 90mm.
80km west of Keetmanshoop, named after the large lime ovens found on the farms. Boasts the largest collection of lithops in Namibia
A popular establishment in the southern Namibian town of Keetmanshoop
A large air-conditioned hotel in Keetmanshoop. A useful stop en-route to the Fish River Canyon and South Africa
Good facilities make this an excellent overnight choice
The undisputed winner of the longest lodge name in Namibia, MFSQTDP offers accommodation at reasonable prices
Close to the Quiver Tree Forest this is a popular choice