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Ecology Asia, Black-bearded Gliding Lizard. 
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Morphology 

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Benton, Michael. (2011). Aerodynamics of flying lizards shared. 
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In Draco, males have long, black, and extendable throat flap (also known as the gular flap or dewlap), which is used for territorial and courtship displays 

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. Females lack the gular flap and lappets 


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Ecology Asia, Black-bearded Gliding LizardWong, Steven. (2012). Male Draco melanopogon flapping its dewlap
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A male flapping its dewlap 

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The ribs extend way out of the body to support a flap of skin on each side, known as the Patagium. It is black, sometimes with small yellow spots. By launching themselves from great heights into the air and extending the ribs forward and outward, the patagium spreads out and enable the lizards to fall at a controlled pace, gliding to another vertical surface nearby 

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