Ehsan Damadi Nasrullah Rastegar-Pouyani Rasoul Karamiani Morteza Akbarpour


In this study a total of four Calotes versicolor specimens (three males, one female), collected  in  different  localities  from  April  2013  to  March  2014  in  Southeast  of  Iran  were examined. The study was based on morphological features including color pattern, morphometric measurements, habits, biological observations especially habitat and distribution. Habits features, habitat and new distribution localities were documented. This is the first record of Calotes versicolor from the Kalesari village is 44 km away from the last record in Nahang River.

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Agamidae, Calotes versicolor, Distribution, Habits, Habitats, Iran

How to Cite
Damadi , E., Rastegar-Pouyani , N., Karamiani , R., & Akbarpour , M. (2018). Additional records and Further Data on Indian garden lizard Calotes versicolor (Daudin, 1802) (Sauria: Agamidae) from Iran. Iranian Journal of Animal Biosystematics, 14(1), 29-35. https://doi.org/10.22067/ijab.v14i1.63469
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