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Statia Bank Lizard, Green Tree Lizard

Anolis bimaculatis


Green striped lizard. Dark green on top, very light nearly fluorescent green in the middle and light green on the bottom. Pointy noise with yellowish chin. Brown/orange tail. About 20 cm without the tail.


In a garden at the foot of an volcano, near the Caribbean Sea. Sint Eustatius


Lovely lizard sat looking at us. It let me get very close with my iphone!

1 Species ID Suggestions

panther anole, St. Eustatius anole, Statia Bank Tree Anole
Anolis bimaculatus St. Eustatius Anole (Anolis bimaculatus)observed byronald63onJanuary 15, 2019 · iNaturalist

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Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier a year ago

You're very welcome!

Muckpuk a year ago

Thanks Scott Frazier
That looks like the one indeed.
Thank you very much!

Muckpuk a year ago

Me too!

SukanyaDatta a year ago

I just looked up lizards of netherlands...only one was listed as green...very variable at that...just drawing your attention to it...good luck...hope you get the ID soon.

Muckpuk a year ago

Hi SukanyaDatta

Hmm Thank you for thinking with me however, they do not look like mine and are not in the Caribbean.
I do not think it is a sandlizard.

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Sint Eustatius, Caribbean Netherlands

Spotted on Nov 22, 2019
Submitted on Nov 23, 2019

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