A The invasive population of Physignathus cocincinus was first established by an intentional release in Xindian (1), New Taipei City; and further transferred to Linkou (2), also believed to be intentional B the typical habitat of this semi-aquatic agamid is beside lowland streams C juveniles tend to rest on branches at night. Photographed by Ren-Jay Wang.

  Part of: Lee K-H, Chen T-H, Shang G, Clulow S, Yang Y-J, Lin S-M (2019) A check list and population trends of invasive amphibians and reptiles in Taiwan. ZooKeys 829: 85-130. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.829.27535