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Desert Horned Lizard

Phrynosoma platyrhinos

Description:

Juvenile

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7 Comments

animaisfotos
animaisfotos 13 years ago

From the second shot I would guess that this is an hard one to spot. Nice capture. Thanks for sharing.

Dan Doucette
Dan Doucette 13 years ago

I do see your point in keeping them separate. Maybe you can just add in the description of each spotting that one is an adult and the other juvenile.

alaynahuter
alaynahuter 13 years ago

This lizard was the same type, but spotted on a different day. If you look at the pictures closely, you will notice this little guy is a baby compared to the other one. Are there still advantages at combining the spottings?

Dan Doucette
Dan Doucette 13 years ago

I noticed you have 2 separate spottings for this lizard. It would be better if you can combine the photos all together into one spotting. You can add 5 photos per spotting. Love the horns on this little guy!

alaynahuter
alaynahuter 13 years ago

Thank you

DanielReyes
DanielReyes 13 years ago

so cute!

Isabela
Isabela 13 years ago

Very interesting lizard and Welcome to Noah!

alaynahuter
Spotted by
alaynahuter

Idaho, USA

Spotted on Oct 15, 2010
Submitted on May 16, 2011

Spotted for Mission

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