Common agama (Agama agama)
|Also known as:||red-headed rock agama|
- An African species, the common agama is found in a range of habitats from urban to wild areas.
- Mainly an insectivorous species, the common agama can also feed on vegetation and small reptiles.
- Female common agamas dig a hole in which to lay a clutch of around 5 to 7 eggs.
The common agama has not yet been assessed by the IUCN.
Information on the common agama (Agama agama) is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.
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UNEP-WCMC (April, 2011)