Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of agamid.

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Examples

  • Smaller reptiles include several skinks, agamids and geckos.

    Arabian Oryx Sanctuary, Oman

  • A brief review of the origin and use of ‘Stellio’ in herpetology and a comment on the nomenclature and taxonomy of agamids of the genus Agama (sensu lato).

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • A brief review of the origin and use of ‘Stellio’ in herpetology and a comment on the nomenclature and taxonomy of agamids of the genus Agama (sensu lato).

    Harduns and toad-heads; a tale of arenicoly and over-looked convergence

  • Several agamids, including butterfly agamas, mastigures and water dragons, don’t fit into these groups and sit on their own.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Moving on … today I am covering one of the subjects that I’ve been planning to cover for months and months and months: agamas, or agamids (previously promised in At last, Dr Naish, ‘Angloposeidon’, the unreported story, part I, Did ichthyosaurs fly? and Macropredation in lions).

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Moving on … today I am covering one of the subjects that I’ve been planning to cover for months and months and months: agamas, or agamids (previously promised in At last, Dr Naish, ‘Angloposeidon’, the unreported story, part I, Did ichthyosaurs fly? and Macropredation in lions).

    Harduns and toad-heads; a tale of arenicoly and over-looked convergence

  • Several agamids, including butterfly agamas, mastigures and water dragons, don’t fit into these groups and sit on their own.

    Harduns and toad-heads; a tale of arenicoly and over-looked convergence

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