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Anolis wattsii (Anolis Schwartzi )
A. wattsi is a small anole lizard, snout-vent (body excluding tail) length up to 58 mm in males and 46 mm in females. Typically a bright and very pretty anole. Males are tan, brown or olive, with or without faint darker transverse bands. Head with rust red pigment, top of head may be suffused with blue. Underside cream to yellow, dewlap white, yellow or orange. Females brown to grey-brown, with or without yellow lateral suffusion, duller than males, with pale middorsal and flank stripes
In garden at the foot of the Quill Volcano, near the Caribbean Sea, Sint Eustatius.
I saw this little guy trying to impress a small female with his dewlap out and about. As soon as he had seen me his dewlap disapeared. ( Guess it didn't need to impress me)