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Mexican beaded lizard - Wikipedia

The beaded lizard is a specialized vertebrate nest predator, feeding primarily on bird and reptile eggs. A semiarboreal species, it is found climbing deciduous...Species Description Habitat and range Ecology

Mexican Beaded Lizard | Saint Louis Zoo

The Mexican beaded lizard comes in four subspecies (types), and each looks a bit different. The horridum subspecies has a dark background with yellow markings,...Habitat: Dry forests, scrublands, woodlandsConservation Status: ThreatenedGeographical Range: Western MexicoScientific Name: Heloderma horridum horridum

Mexican Beaded Lizard Facts and Information -

The Mexican beaded lizard and its close relative, the gila monster (Heloderma suspectum), are the only two venomous lizards in the world.

Guatemalan Beaded Lizard - Zoo Atlanta

The Guatemalan beaded lizard lives only in an isolated pocket of desert in eastern Guatemala. Discovered by scientists in the mid-1980s, this distinctive...

ADW: Heloderma horridum: INFORMATION - Animal Diversity Web

Beaded lizards have a cylindrical body with a long, thick tail. The head is wide and flat, and the legs are short and strong. Large, hard scales cover the top...

Mexican beaded lizard | The Dallas World Aquarium

Description: Mexican beaded lizards are closely related to the Gila monsters – the only two known venomous lizards. They are dark-brown to black with orange...

Rio Fuerte Beaded Lizard - Lincoln Park Zoo

Rio Fuerte beaded lizards can reach up to 30 inches from head to tail. They have a broad, flat head and venom glands in their lower jaw.

Beaded Lizard | Utah's Hogle Zoo

The Mexican beaded lizard and its cousin, the Gila monster, are the only two lizard species that have this beady appearance. This lizard also has a thick,...Predators: Preyed upon by coyotes and birds of preyWhere at the Zoo?: Small Animal BuildingAverage Lifespan: In excess of 30 yearsWild Diet: Feed primarily on eggs, young birds, mammals, other reptiles and dead animals

Beaded Lizard - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

The Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum) and the beaded lizard (Heloderma horridum), Order Squamata, are found in desert areas; for example, in the southwestern...

Envenomation by the Mexican beaded lizard: a case report - PubMed

Background: Envenomations by venomous lizards are rare. A single report of envenomation by a Mexican beaded lizard (Heloderma horridum) has been published.

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