In the first phase, the cell is diploid. Example: mum's chromosome 1 and dad's chromosome 1 (both comprised of two chromatids) form a tetrade - 4 chromatids. Cell divides and in the second phase of meiosis the cell is haploid. From now, the process looks like mitosis. Spindle fibers attach to chromosomes and divide them to 2 chromatids.
No, it won't die. Lizards/snakes are usually immune to their own venom.
Since I couldn't find a good answer to this recurring question on this site, I will try to summarize it here. I found more research on snakes than on lizards, but for now we will just assume that similar mechanisms can be found in lizards.
First, the question is how the venom ...