Females and non-breeding males are pale brown or olive green, sometimes with two darker stripes down the back. Both sexes have an orange belly but the females is paler and their bellies are... More
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Encyclopedia of British Reptiles
|Common Name||Scientific Name||Description|
|Sand Lizard||Lacerta agilis||
Sand Lizards are stocky and short -legged and have small, blunt heads and snouts with short... more
|Grass Snake||Natrix natrix||
Usually olive green with darker blotches and a yellow collar with a black border.
|Slow Worm||Anguis fragillis||
The Slow Worm (also referred to as a slow-worm or slowworm) is actually a legless lizard, which... more
|Smooth Newt||Triturus vulgaris||
Females and non-breeding males are pale brown or olive green, sometimes with two darker stripes... more
|Smooth Snake||Coronella austriaca||
The Smooth Snake is a slender snake covered in smooth flat scales and vary in colour from grey,... more