Blunt-tailed worm lizard
Worm Lizards | Namibia
Introduction: The blunt-tailed worm lizard (Dalophia pistillum) is by far Namibia's largest worm lizard. Even so, they are preyed upon by quill-snouted snakes, ratels and polecats.
Diet: Beetles and their larvae.
Colouring: There are some light grey speckles on the back and tail on a mainly uniformly flesh-coloured body.
Breeding: Females lay up to 4 eggs in September.
Size: Max SVL 560mm.
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