Yellowish-brown body; tail longer than the body; ear openings larger than its eyes. Males are blue in breeding seasons; they turn yellowish-brown for camouflage. Females have a pale blue head and rusty orange lateral spots.
Basks motionless in the sun by day and catches wandering insects with its sticky tongue. Males perch on big rocks to oversee and defend their territory.
Ants, other arthropods, and some plants.
Arid, rocky regions in western Jordan and open desert regions in eastern Jordan, including Wdi Dana, Wadi Rum, Azraq, and Burqu’.