Species of Thailand
Armored tree dragon
Binomial name: Acanthosaura armata, John Edward Gray, 1827
Acanthosaura armata is a species of agamid lizards: commonly known as the armored pricklenape or peninsular horned tree lizard. A. armata can be found in China (Hainan), Myanmar, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysian peninsula and Indonesia (Sumatra) .
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- Acanthosaura armata
- German: Grosser Nackenstachler
- Armored tree dragon
- Armored pricklenape
- Peninsular horned tree lizard
- Thai: กิ้งก่าเขาหนามยาว
- Acanthosaura armata, Larry Lee Grismer (2011)
- Acanthosaura armata, Ulrich Manthey & Norbert Schuster (1999)
- Acanthosaura armata, Merel J. Cox et al. (1998)
- Acanthosaura armata, Ulrich Manthey & Wolfgang Grossmann (1997)
- Acanthosaura armata, Heinz Wermuth (1967)
- Goniocephalus armatus, John Roscoe Hendrickson (1966)
- Acanthosaura armata, Edward Harrison Taylor (1963)
- Goniocephalus armatus armatus, Malcolm Arthur Smith (1935)
- Acanthosaura armata, Nelly de Rooij (1915)
- Acanthosaura armata, George Albert Boulenger (1885)
- Acanthosaura armata, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1864)
- Acanthosaura armata, John Edward Gray (1845)
- Gonyocephalus (Acanthosaurus) armatus, Leopold Fitzinger (1843)
- Lophyurus armatus, André Marie Constant Duméril & Gabriel Bibron (1837)
- Agama armata, John Edward Gray in Gray & Thomas Hardwicke (1827)
- Hala-Bala Wildlife Sanctuary
Range map of Acanthosaura armata in Thailand
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Special thanks to Ton Smits, Parinya Pawangkhanant, Ian Dugdale and many others for their contribution for range data.
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