Although there are few amphibian associates in the range of D. brongersmai other than a few cosmopolitan species, there are a number of notable reptilian taxa present. Taking the North Sahara steppe and woodlands ecoregion part of the range, the diversity of reptiles is moderately high, but the number of endemic reptilian species is lower than in semi-desert areas of Southern Africa. Here there are two strict endemic reptiles present in the ecoregion: the Changeable agama (Trapelus mutabilis) and Natterer's pygmy gecko (Tropiocolotes nattereri). Other common reptiles in the ecoregion include the horned viper (Cerastes cerastes) and desert varan (Varanus griseus; World Wildlife Fund & Hogan, 2008).
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