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The southern sagebrush lizard, similar to the western fence lizard, is a common reptile of the southwestern United States. It grows up to about 9 cm. It comes in a variety of colors, mainly browns and beiges like its habitat. The triangle markings on its back are characteristic of this species.
It resides in areas with lots of sagebrush or other similar desert grass, as well as woodlands and redwood forests.