Lizards | Namibia
Introduction: The bushveld lizard (Heliobolis lugubris) is closely related to sand and desert lizards. There is only 1 species in this small genus in Namibia. They are medium-sized creatures, diurnal and terrestrial in nature. They are often observed on sparsely vegetated, sandy plains, sprinting from bush to bush.
Diet: Small insects especially termites.
Colouring: Adults have a light grey-brown to red-brown back with rather indistinct, dark crossbars and 3 pale dorsal stripes. The tail is a weak pale brown and the belly white.
Breeding: Females lay 4 to 6 oval, soft-shelled eggs, in a small enclosure dug in loose sand. Eggs hatch December to March
Size: SVL min 50 to 60mm. Max SVL 65mm.
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