Large-scale grass lizard
|Large-scale grass lizard|
The large-scale grass lizard (Chamaesaura macrolepis), also known as the large-scaled snake lizard, Zambian grass lizard, or Zambian snake lizard, is a species of lizard in the genus Chamaesaura. It lives scattered across southern Africa with two subspecies.
The large-scale grass lizard has two subspecies.
- C. m. macrolepis - This subspecies was discovered by Cope in 1862.
- C. m. miopropus - In 1894, George Albert Boulenger discovered a second subspecies.
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