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Common Forest Anole

Anolis trachyderma (?)


Small little reptile- approximately 4 inches long? Found close to forest floor on a night hike near ACTS field station in Peruvian Amazon. Very nice patterning along the sides!


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2 Species ID Suggestions

bayucca 11 years ago
Common Forest Anole
Anolis trachyderma CalPhotos: Anolis trachyderma

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bayucca 11 years ago

I think Anolis trachydermis is safe. Look at the very short snout and the arches/bows on tha back of the body. Anolis limifrons has no arches and a longer snout.

Matt Glynn
Matt Glynn 11 years ago

If I could pull his dulap I could tell you, but my friend ian and I think it is a Anole lizard (Anolis limifrons)

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Iquitos, Peru

Spotted on Jul 21, 2010
Submitted on Jun 21, 2012

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