Barred Flying Dragon

Draco taeniopterus

Draco taeniopterus is a Thai species of Flying Dragon.
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Distribution

This species is distributed in the Mons and Tanintharyi regions of Myanmar, including the Mergui archipelago through into Thailand and east to the Cardamom Mountains of Cambodia (G. Zug pers. comm. 2010, Smith 1943).
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«Draco taeniopterus» Male
Barred or Narrow-Lined Flying Lizard
Ao Nang Beach, Krabi · Thailand
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Habitat

Like other members of this genus, this species is able to glide using wing-like patagial membranes and is likely to be mainly arboreal, occurring in evergreen and possibly deciduous forests. This species is also sometimes found in coconut plantations (U. Manthey pers. comm. 2010).

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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionChordata
ClassReptilia
OrderSquamata
FamilyAgamidae
GenusDraco
SpeciesDraco taeniopterus
Photographed in
Thailand