The brilliantly coloured red and blue lizard (agama colonorum) is found in the coast region of eastern Liberia.
A beautiful species of lizard130 (agama), is occasionally met with in this territory.
The last, however, though vulgarly believed to be a batrachian, is in reality a lizard—the agama cornuta.
Another species of agama was found, differing from the former by its general grey colour, with black spots on the back.
Mr. Roper found an agama, with light grey on the back, and a yellow belly.
Brown caught an agama, of a light yellowish colour, about a foot long.
It is divided into two classes of which the first is called A-han, that is, agama.