Arabian Toad-headed Agama
Orangish-brown body with darker spots; white underparts; rounded head; nostrils separated by a single scale; lacks external eardrums. Males are slightly larger than females. Dominant males have black tail tips with white bands; their throats turn orange during mating season.
Perches on top of rocks or sand dunes. Avoids the hot sand by climbing on bushes. Lies in wait for prey. Buries itself in the sand when threatened. Males curl their tail repeatedly to assert dominance.
Ants and other insects.
Southern Jordan, including Wadi Rum.