Not sure if something went wrong with uploading but there are a lot of duplicates.
I am not too much at home in the Southern Thailand reptiles, but I will try to see how far I get. Really need to find some free time to travel further south for some herping. Too many interesting species down south...
Robby L: Today 14:49 #3871
Pic 1: Acanthosaura phuketensis (recently described as new species, split off from Acanthosaura crucigera)
Pic 2: (KlongPhanom) Acanthosaura phuketensis (recently described as new species, split off from Acanthosaura crucigera)
Pic 3: (Flying Lizard KKC, PT) Draco taeniopterus
Pic 4: (Another different flyer from Khao Sok) I don't know, a shot of the wings would have helped. You could try to post in Thai Herpetography group on facebook.
Pic 5: (Another different flyer from Khao Sok) Idem
Pic 6: (Khao Luang HQ) Calotes emma
Pic 7: Ptychozoon sp.
Pic 8: Same shot as 6...
Pic 9: (Krung Ching, ) Calotes emma
Robby L: Today 15:08 #3872
Most pics are the same as in previous post, except the last two.
Which is a Calotes emma, and Varanus salvator
Robby L: Today 15:14 #3873
Same pics as on post one...