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In that case I stand corrected
He actually does have the scalloped edges, I was afraid to get any closer for a better shot fearing I'd run him off. They were very prominent, first thing I noticed actually.
That looks more like a Green Anole. Not sure if you know, but the green ones change color between green and brown. That one seems to lack the scalloped edges on the dorsal stripe.
Spotted on Apr 15, 2011 Submitted on Apr 15, 2011