Gonocephalus borneensis — Borneo Angle-headed Lizard
Some other names for this species:
Borneo Forest Dragon
This species is sometimes spelled Gonocephalus bornensis.
Youngsters of Gonocephalus borneensis and Gonocephalus liogaster look very similar, and I only saw youngsters of this species. However, I'm reasonably sure from close examination of the scales on the face that this is G. borneensis, because it doesn't have a semicircle of enlarged scales between the eye and the mouth. See how I spend my time?
Another youngster from another wild area near Kuching. Also lacking those tell-tale enlarged scales, making this G. borneensis by default.
- Gonocephalus borneensis account on The Reptile Database
- Gonocephalus borneensis account on Ecology Asia