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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.
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.