| Lophocalotes, Aphaniotis, Bufoniceps laungwalaensis, Hardwicke's bloodsucker, Pseudocophotis|
Phoxophrys is a genus within the family Agamidae. They are distributed in Sumatra and Borneo. Phoxophrys closely resemble the genus Japalura but differ in a number of characters, for example by absence of dorsal crest and by having relatively shorter and deeper head. Male Phoxophrys have a tail that is swollen basally and is flattened above, whereas the females have cylindrical tails.
The genus contains these species:P. borneensis