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EvaSeifert
EvaSeifert 8 years ago

This lizard had a long whip like tail, all smooth, no spines.

Jellis
Jellis 8 years ago

Also the image cut off the tail. It could also be a spiny tailed iguana.

Jellis
Jellis 8 years ago

That one is more for an expert. I do know males will be more pronounced then the female.

EvaSeifert
EvaSeifert 8 years ago

Thanks Jellis, at what age do they develope their spines?

Jellis
Jellis 8 years ago

most likely a young Green Iguana (Iguana iguana)

EvaSeifert
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EvaSeifert

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Spotted on Jul 27, 2012
Submitted on Jul 27, 2012

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