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Very small and relatively fast lizard with zigzags and line designs on the back
The Brown Anole has been living in the following habitats for over 10 years and thriving, according to myfwc.com site: Coastal upland, Estuarine community, Exotic plant community, Barren land, Low density suburban development, areas peripheral to core urban areas, and small towns, Agricultural habitat, Recently disturbed, early successional community, Pine Rockland, Flatwoods, and Xeric Uplands
Spotted at Nokomis Public Beach near Sarasota, Florida while staking out the House Crow.