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A close-up of a Plain sand lizard (Pedioplanis inornata) standing on the sand in a desert
Plain sand lizard (Pedioplanis inornata) is a small species endemic to Namibia. It is about 40 to 50mm in length with the tail just over twice the length of the head and body. It is a terrestrial creature and can be observed foraging around succulent vegetation on open bedrock surfaces on the lower reaches of mountains, feeding on small insects. It is found in South-west Namibia from the Orange River to Swakopmund and the southern central highlands. It's colouring is a plain grey-brown back with a network of pale green spots on the sides. Females lay 2 eggs.
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©2014 Andrea Nixon / Andy Nix Pix
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