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Santiago Lava Lizard

Microlophus jacobi

Description:

This lava lizard is almost the same size as the others, though the red throat coloration extends more to the sides of the face and the eyes.

Habitat:

Lava Lizard from the Galapagos island of Santiago, endemic to the island.

Notes:

Put some extra photos for a scenic view of the volcanic island

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Brian Muñiz
Spotted by
Brian Muñiz

Spotted on Mar 11, 2009
Submitted on Jan 9, 2013

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