Jackson’s Forest Lizard, Adolfus jacksoni

Family Lacertidae. Adolfus jacksoni is the most common lizard in the close margins of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. It occurs in disturbed areas along road cuts around the periphery of the forest, along the forest edge and in farm bush where there is appropriate structure such as fallen

trees, wood piles and rock and cement walls. It does not occur in the forest proper.

Size: to 84.9 mm. SV.

Habitat: generally a tree trunk dweller in a variety of habitats in eastern Africa, including woodland-savannah mosaic; however, not found in trees in BINP,

Range: Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda west into northern Congo.