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2 species ID suggestions

Andalusian Wall Lizard
Podarcis vaucheri
Lagartixa Ibérica
Podarcis hispanica

5 Comments

JohnPaulStoddard
JohnPaulStoddard 2 years ago

kinda reminds me of the time that a snake expert told me that a certain poisonous water snake was not found in Wichita County..but there was in Archer County..We took him out to the Local city lake and dropped on into his lap..I looked at him and said maybe they forgot to read the Signs..he asked what sign..I said the County limit sign and let him know that the other bank of the lake was Archer county and I wondered if maybe they just could not read. With all the trade maybe they are hitching rides around the Country. Thats how North Texas got Mediterranean Geckos

TelmaG.Laurentino
TelmaG.Laurentino 2 years ago

Cool john, didn't know about those records, maybe they were at the boarder spain portugal....

JohnPaulStoddard
JohnPaulStoddard 2 years ago

Several specimens have been documented in Portugal
http://www.euroherp.com/species/Podarcis...
bottom 3 photos are identified as being photographed in Portugal

TelmaG.Laurentino
TelmaG.Laurentino 2 years ago

We don't have vaucheri in Portugal.... I would say P. hispanica since bocagei is only in the north of Potugal...

JohnPaulStoddard
JohnPaulStoddard 2 years ago

not sure but thats the best i can do without more information

Portugal

Lat: 38.95, Long: -8.99

Spotted on Feb 26, 2012
Submitted on Feb 26, 2012

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