Acanthodactylus blanfordii, Blanford's fringe-fingered lizard
Acanthodactylus blanfordii, commonly called Blanford's fringe-fingered lizard, is a species of lizard in the family Lacertidae. The species is endemic to the Middle East and India.
Both the specific name, blanfordii, and the common name, Blanford's fringe-fingered lizard, are in honor of English naturalist William Thomas Blanford (1832 - 1905), member of the Geological Survey of India.
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