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Bush Anole

Anolis krugi

Description:

Anolis krugi varies in color according to location. In some areas its primary body color is black; while in other areas of the island it is yellow. Specimens found in the Luquillo mountains are usually black above, with numerous black peckson its lighter-colored sides and upper flanks. A yellow-white strip runs from the tip of the snout to just beyond the back legs. The Upland Grass Anole has a distinctive dewlap which is usually yellow or yellow-orange in color. Male species are approximately 1.7 inches (45 millimeters), while females are somewhat smaller at 1.4 inches (36 millimeters) snout-to-vent length.

Habitat:

Bush Anoles live in deep forest bush. They can be found on ferns, bushes and the trunks of small trees in forest interiors or edges and along nature trails.

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2 Comments

JoseD.Alicea
JoseD.Alicea 8 years ago

Hola Emanuel!Es un poco variable en la coloracion.Puede ser claro o tener colores obscuros.Tambien pueden o no,tener crestas.

emanuelgoyco
emanuelgoyco 8 years ago

...ahora tendo dudas pq se ve diferente al q yo fotografie...

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Cayey, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

Spotted on Jul 23, 2013
Submitted on Jul 23, 2013

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