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> Texas Rose-bellied Lizard - Sceloporus variabilis
Texas Rose-bellied Lizard - Sceloporus variabilis
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Jim The Woodlands, TX. Saw one today, 328/17. Markings along either side of the spine are unmistakable.
I live near San Antonio.
Just spotted two, about six to 7 inches long each, inside my screened in porch.
I have one living in a rocky outcrop near Gordon, TX (Palo Pinto County). Tail is a pinky-orange, just like the rocks he's living among.
One in Baton Rouge garden 16 July, 2013 ....1st time ever. Estimate 8" long.
After living in Galveston Bay area for 40 years, I never saw one of these until 2 years ago. They are now almost as numerous as the anole.
Starting to see these in Houston
What does this type of lizard eat?
more than likely a brown anole they are about two inches long and have this type of pattern on their backs
what kind of lizards do they have in Central California - near Modesto. We found a lizard that kind of looks like this one. It is tiny - about two inches long.