Waterberg flat lizard
|Waterberg flat lizard|
|Male Waterberg flat lizard, Masebe, South Africa|
The Waterberg flat lizard eats mainly insects, but will sometimes eat plants. It lives in small family groups and breeds in summer, when two eggs are produced.
The Waterberg flat lizard is 60–70 mm long. The scales on the sides of its body are rounded, raised and larger than those on its back. Three longitudinal stripes are always entire on females, but sometimes divided in males.
- "Platysaurus taxonomy". The Reptile Database. Retrieved 2007-09-04.