Reptiles beginning with F

False Fer-De-Lances - The Ladder Snake is a species of snake in the Colubridae family.
False Smooth Snake - The False Smooth Snake is a species of snake in the Colubridae family.
Fawn Skink - The Three-toed Snake-tooth Skink is a species of skink in the Scincidae family.
Fiji banded iguana - The species is diurnal, spending their days foraging, basking and watching over their territories by day and retreating to the treetops at night.
Fiji Crested lguana - The generic name, Brachylophus, is derived from two Greek words: brachys meaning "short" and lophos meaning "crest" or "plume", denoting the short spiny crests along the back of this species.
Filfola Wall Lizard - In the Maltese Islands, there are four subspecies of the Maltese Wall Lizard.
Fitzinger's Algyroides - The Fitzinger's Algyroides or Pygmy Algyroides is a species of lizard in the Lacertidae family.
Fitzroy Turtle - This relatively unknown monotypic freshwater turtle can only be found in the Fitzroy River drainage system of Queensland, Australia.
Flat-tail Horned Lizard - The flat-tailed horned lizard is named for Col.
Flatback turtle - Flatback turtles are usually found in bays, shallow, grassy waters, coral reefs, estuaries and lagoons on the northern coast of Australia and off the coast of Papua New Guinea.
Flattened musk turtle - Both the common name and scientific name refer to the fact that the species' carapace is much lower and flatter than the other members of the genus Sternotherus.
Florida crowned snake - The Florida Crown Snake is a species of snake native only to Florida.
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Forest Ground Skink - Like all members of the genus Scincella, S.
Four-eyed turtle - A male of this species has successfully produced hybrids with the Chinese Pond Turtle in captivity.
Fowler's Galliwasp - Celestus fowleri is a species of lizard in the Anguidae family.
Fox's Mountain Meadow Snake - The last known specimen was seen since since the 1970s in southwestern Durango, Mexico, at "4km east of the locality Mil Diez, approximately 3.
Fringe-fingered Lizard - The Acanthodactylus is native to a wide area of Africa and southern Europe, being found across the Sahara Desert and on the Iberian peninsula.