Continent: Asia
Distribution: SW Pakistan (W Baluchistan), SW Afghanistan  
Type locality: Darband (elevation 3000 feet), N Baluchistan.
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Phrynocephalus euptilopus

Alcock's toad-headed agama Phrynocephalus euptilopus is a species of agamid lizard found in Pakistan (Western Baluchistan), Afghanistan and possibly in parts of India. Type locality: Darband (elevation 3000 feet), Northern Baluchistan. Known only from 6 type specimens from Darband, Western Baluchistan. Indraneil Das (1997) notes that its presence is doubtful for India.


  • Alcock, A. W. & Finn, F. 1897, An account of the Reptilia collected by Dr. F.P. Maynard, Captain A.H. McMahon, C.I.E., and the members of the Afghan-Baluch Boundary Commission of 1896. J. Asiat. Soc. Bengal 65: 550-566 [1896]

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