ABBOTT’S ANGLE HEAD LIZARD (Gonocephalus abbotti) - ©kin_onn
This magnificent lizard is an uncommon species found in lowland to mid-level rainforest. Gonocephalus abbotti grows to a large size with strong sexual dimorphism during mating season. Males become yellowish brown with dark markings across the flanks along with a banded red tail during this period.
Females remain green. The upper flanks near the spine have a row of small yellowish spots. This species has brownish red eyes. Its rarity may be attributed to its choice of habitat; the Abbott’s angle head lizard is often found perched high up on the trees from which it rarely comes down. It is limited to Southern Thailand, Malaysia and Borneo in Southeast Asia.
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