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This spotting was EDITED following a workshop attended at Fairchild Tropical Garden in part given by "Lizards on the Loose" project. This spotting was originally posted as a bark anole, however due to white stripe down spine, white eye ring, and pale area on shoulder along with absence of line across head from eye to eye and mottled pattern I am fairly confident that it is a young or small female crested.
The closest guess I have (I'm not great at plants) is Hydrolea corymbosa (I believe common name sky flower. https://www.google.com/search?q=Hydrolea...
The plant looks a little different but I think that's because your plant is still young and small.
Never mind a quick search and mystery solved... This from "Trap-Neuter-Return" program of Miami-Dade County:
"Once the community cat is caught, the resident must take the trapped community cat to the Pet Adoption and Protection Center. Animal Services does not pick up cats in traps.
The cat is then sterilized and receives its rabies vaccine and feline booster shot. A small portion, 1 cm., of the tip of the left ear is removed to provide visual confirmation that they have been sterilized and Animal Services returns the cat to their community."
It's a snail in of the genus Oxyloma, but not sure what species.
I found this on google. I noticed it looks just likethe one in the Youtube video, but I don't know if the video is ID'ed correctly.