| Hemicordylus, Lang's crag lizard, Ninurta coeruleopunctatus, Ukinga girdled lizard, Cape flat lizard|
The false girdled lizard (Hemicordylus capensis) is a lizard species endemic to the Cape Fold Belt of southern South Africa.
Hemicordylus capensis Wikipedia
The maximum snout-to-vent length is about 76 mm. Like its sister species Hemicordylus nebulosus, it has gracile features, with a phenotype described as intermediate between typical Cordylus and the larger, more robust Pseudocordylus. They have long limbs, and long slender digits. Some populations are melanistic and sexually dichromatic.
Their specialized adaptation to steep rock faces is believed to have favoured their agility and lightly armored anatomy. They give live birth to one to three young.