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I spotted this in the durban area of South Africa. It was on the patio of the camp, which was inside a game reserve. Please Identify it!!!!!!
I cannot find a Pinda Game Reserve in Durban. Please refine your location.
OK: I see below::
Why not put this on http://za.ispot.org.uk so that southern Africans can share this?
A very distinctively marked lizard, could not be mistaken for anything else.
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I wonder if you could check the location as at present it appears to be in the sea. you can zoom in onthe map to correct the location.
Please note that there is a Southern African iSpot at http://za.ispot.org.uk where you are likely to get faster and more accurate identification of local species.
Thanks for all the comments. I have realised that it's in the middle of the sea!!! But I have just moved it to Durban, because it was actually spotted at Pinda Mountian Lodge Reserve and I can't find that on the map!
this is the closest I can get.
If so - it is well out of range for the Bluetail Sandveld Lizard.
Dictionary: Why is this linked to CoL instead of SANBI?
Why is iSpot linking this to a non-existent mis-spelled name?
The species does exist and is in the SANBI dictionary http://www.ispotnature.org/species-dictionaries/sanbi/Trachylepis%20marg...
Habitat: please fix your habitat.
Poor bloody Tony.
This observation was posted on the UK site and languished there for four years before amalgamation.
But it has returned home at last.
Emma, however, was a once-off visitor!
Your patience is adversity is astounding, Tony. Well done!
Now, maybe if Emma comes back one day she can do something about the title ..?
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