The common basilisk is named for the creature of Greek mythology made up of parts of a rooster, snake, and lion which could turn a man to stone by its gaze: the basilisk.
(Bradypus pygmaeus) A small three-toed sloth, endemic to Isla Escudo de Veraguas, a small island off the coast of Panama, which separated from the mainland nearly 8900 years ago.
(Atelopus limosus) Llano-Cartí Road Habitat Primary rainforest in the lowlands of central Panama to 730 m.
(Agalychnis callidryas) Llano-Cartí Road Habitat Humid, lowland forest to less than 1000 m.
(Hypsiboas rufitelus) Habitat Lowland forest to 650 m.
(Teratohyla spinosa) Habitat Humid lowland forest to 800 m.