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Italian Wall Lizard

Podarcis sicula


A lizard about 4 inches long, yellow/green in color. The most abundant lizard species in Southern Italy.


On the wall in the archaeological ruins of Ostia Antica outside Rome.


The lizard in pictures 3 and 4 has lost and regrown his tail.

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Ava T-B
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Roma, LAZ, Italy

Spotted on Aug 10, 2014
Submitted on Jan 12, 2015

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