Graceful crag lizard
Body flat. Scales large and squarish on back and belly, but granular on sides. Tail tapering, not spiny. Hindlegs long with slender toes. Back grey-black, with pale yellow streaks on head. Shy; runs quickly over vertical rock faces. Eats insects, particularly bees, wasps. Two or three young born in autumn.
Summits of Cape fold mountains.