A pair of these agamids were observed during the day as they basked on a wall in the village of Limbe, in southwest Cameroon. (The male has the red/orange head.)
Most common lizard in the area, almost strictly arboreal
Agama agama (Linnaeus, 1758), Cotonou, Benin, 1 July 2014
Male. During the breeding season, the male's head, neck and tail turn bright orange, while the body becomes dark blue. The most common Gambian lizard. Lamin Fields, Lamin, Western Division, The Gambia.
Female/immature male. The most common Gambian lizard. Lamin Fields, Lamin, Western Division, The Gambia