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Common side-blotched lizard

Uta stansburiana

Description:

This a female Commone side-blotched lizard. Not as colorful as the male and may resemble a Fence lizard in shape. The pattern one the back and the tell tale blotch behind the front leg helps to ID these.

Habitat:

This was found in the mountain desert, in a rocky area.


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Jellis
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Jellis

Arizona, USA

Lat: 32.76, Long: -114.28

Spotted on Jan 31, 2016
Submitted on Feb 18, 2016

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