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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.
Lat: 29.99, Long: -95.19
Spotted on Apr 15, 2011 Submitted on Apr 15, 2011