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Texas Spiny Lizard


desert to woodlands


Also known as: swift, fence lizard Scientific Name: Sceloporus olivaceus Smith, 1934 Habitat: A variety of environments, from desert to woodland; often found in brush piles, along fences, and in/around human habitation. Length: These individuals are between 9 and 7 inches total length. Food: Insects and arachnids.

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MitchRay 6 years ago

I love these guys

Yasser 7 years ago

Great pic!

Granbury, Texas

Lat: 32.44, Long: -97.78

Spotted on May 29, 2010
Submitted on May 29, 2010


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