Reptiles beginning with D

Dalmatian Wall Lizard - The Dalmatian Wall Lizard is a species of lizard in the Lacertidae family.
Darevsky's Viper - The reported maximum length for females is 42.
Dary's Burrowing Snake - needs photos
De Queiroz's Spinytail Iguana - Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests.
Dekay's brown snake - There are nine recognized subspecies of S.
Delcourt's Sticky-toed Gecko - The last person to ever see one was a Māori chief of the Urewera tribe who caught one living under the bark of a dead tree in 1870.
Deppe's Arboreal Alligator Lizard - Abronia deppii is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1828 by Arend Friedrich August Wiegmann.
Desert horned lizard - This species of lizard has a distinctive flat-body with one row of fringed scales down the sides.
Desert Night Lizard - Like all night lizards, the desert night lizard is viviparous, giving birth to live young and producing 1 to 3 young from August to December.
Desert Wall Gecko - The Desert Wall Gecko is a species of lizard in the Gekkonidae family.
Diamondback Terrapln - The Diamondback terrapin or simply terrapin, is a species of turtle native to the brackish coastal swamps of the eastern and southern United States, from as far north as Cape Cod, Massachusetts and as far south as Cape Sable, Florida.
Diamondback water snake - The Diamondback Water Snake is a common species of water snake found throughout much of the central United States and northern Mexico.
Dinnik's Viper - Of the 49 Russian specimens examined by Orlov and Tuniyev , 29 were males and the largest measured 41.
Dixon's Ground Snake - Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.
Donoso's Steppe Iguana - Pristidactylus valeriae is a species of lizard in the Iguanidae family.
Dotted Ground Skink - The speckled skink is classified under the New Zealand Threat Classification System as being in 'gradual decline'.
Dumeril's Boa - Adults usually grow to 6.
Dunes Sagebrush Lizard - Their habitat requirements include large networks of shinnery oak , which are short shrubs, and a sloping, sandy topography, where the lizards use "blowouts" as their primary microhabitat.
Dunn's Hognose Viper - Adults are usually 30-40 cm in length, with a maximum of 57 cm.
Duquesney's Galliwasp - Celestus duquesneyi is a species of lizard in the Anguidae family.
Dwarf caiman - With a total length of up to 1.