Peters' Ground Agama is quite widely distributed in sub-Saharan Africa. It is sometimes referred to as the Tropical Spiny Agama.
As you can see from the photos its mottled colouration makes for good camouflage against speckled surfaces.
The body of the Peters' Ground Agama reaches a length of around 8 cm and the tail adds another 12 cm.
Females lay between 10 and 14 eggs and bury them in the sand.
The main food item of this agama is Harvesting Ants. It will also eat other insects such as beetles and grasshoppers.