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Green Anole - In some areas, these little guys are popular for vivariums. Where I live, we have them all over our patios and porches.

Green Anole - In some areas, these little guys are popular for vivariums. Where I live, we have them all over our patios and porches.

ARUBA WHIPTAIL LIZARD (or Kododo blauw) (Cnemidophorus arubensis) crotalinae:  lickystickypickyme:  These run around in the garden all the time and I usually hate them. But like this, all posed for the picture they look pretty. picture by G. Peterson  I’m not sure what it is, but it is gorgeous… does anyone know what species this is?

ARUBA WHIPTAIL LIZARD (or Kododo blauw) (Cnemidophorus arubensis) crotalinae: “ lickystickypickyme: “ These run around in the garden all the time and I usually hate them. But like this, all posed for.

Green Anole Lizard | Green Anole Lizard

Taken at Okaloacoochee Slough, Hendry County, Florida, USA.

How to Create a Habitat for a Green Anole Lizard

How to Create a Habitat for a Green Anole Lizard

There is a lot to know about setting up an anole habitat. It is important to provide your anole with the appropriate items in order to keep it alive and healthy within its habitat.

Green Anole

Green Anole

Category: Wildlife  I photographed this wild, young male Green Anole watching for bugs while on the hunt in my backyard in Texas Hill Country. Best viewed in large.   -----------------------------  This shot won earthshots.org photo of the day for Septe Just Fab....

Swift Tail is a male green anole that (hence his name) is fast for his size. However, he is small for a male anole, but is also smart.

This is an anolis lizard with a blue head. I think it may also be called a chameleon.

Allison’s Anole - Anolis allisoni aka the Blue-headed Anole [Some pretty clear dimorphism here, but it's still worth keeping a group - including "boring" females - to see all their cool behaviors.

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Basiliscus

A young green basilisk at Northampton Reptile Centre is posing for us!

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