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Mohave fringe toed lizard

Uma scoparia

Description:

Comblike fringe of pointed scales on trailing edge of toes. Flattened body covered with velvety granular scales. Dark bands under tail. Gray to white, with dark eyelike spots; no lines over shoulders. Dark crescents across center of throat. Black blotch on each side of belly.

Habitat:

Windblown sand dunes with low-growing vegetation

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merarimoho
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merarimoho

California, USA

Spotted on Aug 27, 2012
Submitted on Aug 28, 2012

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