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|From my bicycle travels in Tunisia:|
The aggressive posture of the little lizard is sheer bravado, it's an Algerian Psammodromus, Psammodromus algirus(L.), Algerischer Sandläufer; Lacertidae. The place is Jebel Châmbi National Park. The species can be found on the Iberian Peninsula, in Southern France, Lampedusa and Northwest Africa and it is abundant in many places. There are other, similar Psammodromus species known in France and Iberia.
ID: D. Glandt, 2010, "Die Amphibien und Reptilien Europas". Quelle&Meyer, Wiebelsheim D
www.moroccoherps.com : "Amphibians and Reptiles from Morocco and the Western Sahara".
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