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  Namibia:  24 species
 
Heliobolus lugubris (A. SMITH, 1838)
Ichnotropis capensis (A. SMITH, 1838)
Ichnotropis grandiceps BROADLEY, 1967
Meroles anchietae (BOCAGE, 1867)
Meroles ctenodactylus (SMITH, 1838)
Meroles cuneirostris (STRAUCH, 1867)
Meroles knoxii pequensis (HEWITT, 1935)
Meroles micropholidotus (MERTENS, 1938)
Meroles reticulatus (BOCAGE, 1867)
Meroles squamulosus (PETERS, 1854)
Meroles suborbitalis (PETERS, 1869)
Nucras holubi (STEINDACHNER, 1882)
Nucras intertexta (SMITH, 1838)
Nucras tessellata (SMITH, 1838)
Pedioplanis benguellensis (BOCAGE, 1867)
Pedioplanis breviceps (STERNFELD, 1911)
Pedioplanis gaerdesi (MERTENS, 1954)
Pedioplanis husabensis BERGER-DELL´MOUR & MAYER, 1989
Pedioplanis inornata (ROUX, 1907)
Pedioplanis laticeps (SMITH, 1845)
Pedioplanis lineoocellata lineoocellata (DUMÉRIL & BIBRON, 1839)
Pedioplanis lineoocellata inocellata (MERTENS, 1955)
Pedioplanis lineoocellata pulchella (GRAY, 1845)
Pedioplanis namaquensis (DUMÉRIL & BIBRON, 1839)
Pedioplanis rubens (MERTENS, 1954)
Pedioplanis undata (SMITH, 1838)
 
 

Nucras intertexta

 

Nucras intertexta

 

  (SMITH, 1838)

 
 
 

Eastern Namibia from Tsumkwe south to Aminius, then west and north through to the Kaokoveld (terrestrial). An isolated record (originally listed as N. tessellata) from Bethanie collected in 1891 (Boettger, 1893), needs re-examination. Mertens (1955 & 1971) recognised typical N. intertexta, N. intertexta holubi and N. intertexta damarana from Namibia. Broadley (1972) transfered damarana and holubi to taeniolata (now N. holubi), recognizing only holubi as a valid subspecies. Although the Namibian population is presumed to be continuous with the Botswana population (along the central-eastern border), this has not yet been demonstrated. This species is known or expected to occur in the Kaudom Game Park, Mangetti Game Camp, Etosha National Park, Skeleton Coast Park, Waterberg Plateau Park, Von Bach Recreation Resort, Park Daan Viljoen Game Park and the Hardap Recreation Resort.

(Source: GRIFFIN, M. (2002) - ANNOTATED CHECKLIST AND PROVISIONAL CONSERVATION STATUS OF NAMIBIAN REPTILES).