Quite a few of these running around in the garden of the villa we were staying in.
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Good shots of an interesting little beast
You could well be right going by the size though it would normally be pale or greenish underneath - the dark colour overall suggests a male. Did you notice whether it had eyelids i.e. whether or not it could blink/close its eyes?
I'm afraid I didn't notice about the blink character that I only later became aware of. I'm over there again in late summer so I'll try to find some more. Isn't there another form of this species found in Corfu?
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The Corfu specimens are (I think) A.k.fitzingeri which are the same as those in the Hungary-Slovakia population. However, identification to this subspecies is not always certain and relies on variations in scale pattern and spots/stripes which may not be present. Still, I think you're probablyl right about the species and shouldn't have much trouble finding another specimen to check as I think they are quite numerous.
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