The Mosor rock lizard is heliothermic, meaning it is only active in the warmest part of the day, when it will search for its prey in crevices between rocks. This species is insectivorous, feeding on a range of insect species (3).
The mating season for this species is between May and June. The Mosor rock lizard lays between four and eight eggs in July. The embryos are already partially developed, with the eggs hatching in August after a 26 day incubation period (1) (2) (3) (8).
Like most reptiles, the female Mosor rock lizard tends to mature quicker than the male. This species reaches sexual maturity at three years, and both the male and female live for around nine years (3).