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Common side-blotched lizard

Uta stansburiana


Sonoran desert scrub.



Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 7 years ago

Welcome to Project Noah, TriskaFaun! Here's how you can apply a suggestion that you agree with. Click "Edit this spotting" above your avatar/profile photo. Copy "side-blotched lizard" (without the quotes!) into common name, and copy "Uta stansburiana" (without the quotes) into Scientific name. Place the suggestion link into the third reference link space (or use one of your own choosing). Make sure to copy the entire web address from the address bar of the relevant webpage (not from here where it becomes abbreviated). Tick the Content Ownership box, and then click the "Save changes" button. Cheers

TriskaFaun 7 years ago

Yes, this is a side-blotched lizard. I don't know how to use this yet. Thanks.

Interesting spotting TriskaFaun,i think second photo is better to be ID than the first :-),congrats,thanks for sharing and welcome to Project Noah.
I hope you like the site us much we do,there are many features you can explore,first you should go to where you can find all the "rules" of PN.
You have also the chats where you can ask for elp in the id process and comment on your's and other's spottings.
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The spottings are adeed to missions for a easier acess from the other user's,in the missions link you have all our missions.Attention to the local missions,because they haved a range,marked in the map mission,you only can load spottings to a local mission if the spottings is maked inside mission range.
Enjoy yourself,see you arround

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Phoenix, Arizona, USA

Spotted on Jan 18, 2013
Submitted on Jan 21, 2013

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