Common wall lizard

The Common wall lizard is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Overview The common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis) is a species of lizardLizardLizards are a very large and widespread group of squamate reptiles, with nearly 5,000 species, ranging across all continents except Antarctica as well as most oceanic island chains... More

The common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis) is a species of lizard with a large distribution in Europe and well-established introduced populations in North America, where it is also called the European wall lizard. It can grow to about 20 centimetres (7. More

Common Wall Lizard Podarcis muralis At-a-Glance • Number of offspring: 3-11 • Typical Foods: insects, such as flies, beetles, and spiders Description Wall lizards have a somewhat flattened body with long limbs and toes, More

The Common Wall Lizard is a small, thin lizard whose small scales are highly variable in color and pattern. Their coloration is generally brownish or grayish, and may occasionally be tinged with green. More

Common Wall Lizard - Podarcis muralis (French names - Lézard des Murailles ou Lézard gris). More

Common Wall Lizard, Podarcis muralis (Laurenti, 1768) - Photos: 148 - Refine your search - Eggs - Habitat - Adult - Juvenile - Male - Female - * Page 1 More

An adult Common Wall Lizard posing at Boscombe. This very agile lizard is well named as it can often be seen basking, hanging from walls or rock faces. More

Common Wall lizard, Podarcis muralis (Laurenti, 1768) History and origin The Common Wall lizard was first described by Laurenti in 1768, the scientific name of this species is Podarcis muralis, Podarcis from Greek meaning 'agile' and 'feet'. More

Common Wall LizardCommon Wall Lizard (Lacerta muralis) Slovakia - May 1980Photo no. More

Common wall lizard Podarcis muralis pozidna ku More

kuhli) and the common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis). They observed the animals leaping from a platform 2 yards high to see if they could catch the neon blue tailed tree lizards take to the air. More

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than the common wall lizard; the tree lizard was gliding. But how was the tiny tree lizard able to remain airborne for so long? Maybe the lizard was squashing itself flat while gliding to increase its surface area and generate more lift. More

geckos (Ptychozoon kuhli) and the common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis) as the animals leapt from a 2m high platform to see if the neon blue tailed tree lizards really could glide. Vanhooydonck and her colleagues publish their discovery that H. More

Common Wall Lizard ( podarcis Muralis ) DE: Mauereidechse UK: Common Wall Lizard ES: Lagartija roquera IT: lucertola muraiola CZ: ještěrka zední FR: Lézard des murailles PL: Jaszczurka murowa SK: More

Common wall lizard - Podarcis muralis HU: Fali gyik, DE: Mauereidechse, FR: Lézard des murailles Reptilia (osztály) - Squamata (rend) - Sauria (alrend) - Lacertidae (család) - Podarcis (genus) - muralis (faj) DISTRIBUTION More

Common names

common wall lizard in English - English
Glazard ar mogerioù in Breton - brezhoneg
Jašterica múrová in Slovak - slovenčina
Jaszczurka murowa in Polish - polski
Ještěrka zední in Czech - česky
Mauereidechse in German - Deutsch
Muurhagedis in Dutch - Nederlands
Podarcis muralis in Italian - Italiano
Podarcis muralis in Spanish - español
Wall lizard in Ukrainian - українська мова

Picture of Podarcis muralis has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.
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-Jules van den Doel -Author: Jules van den Doel
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Order : Squamata
Family : Lacertidae
Genus : Podarcis
Species : Podarcis muralis
Authority : Laurenti 1768