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Agama Black history

There seems to be some debate as to where the Black Agama makes its home. Some of the debate may be due to the confusion over the number of subspecies of Laudakia stellio. Most of the research suggests this subspecies is found in the Middle East and seems to be most common in Jordan, though they have also been reported in Israel, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Syria. Since its identification, there seems to have been some debate over the correct naming of its genus. They were originally classified as Agama stellio, though today they are more commonly seen as Laudakia stellio.


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