Most that fit your criteria are fairly hard to come by these days unfortunately, if you're in the UK that is. The only exceptions that spring to mind are day geckos.Hi, could anyone suggest any small-medium more active, or just visible, arboreal lizards? Preferably not a chameleon, sorry if that upsets anyone, or anything too hard to come by. Thanks
Those are arboreal though- they're tree geckos.What about Lygodactylus williamsi - not exactly arboreal - a day gecko as Wilkinss suggests - but needing a taller vivarium. Not handlable but fantastic to watch and keep. You need to have nerves of steel with these pocket rockets - can jump and run at fantastic speeds.
Long tailed lizards aren't arboreal but they are an incredible species to keep and will use height but still need width too. I keep and breed them if anyone is interested.