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Prairie Lizard

Sceloporus consobrinus


Gray or tan with eight (more or less) jagged crossbars on its back. Tends to be darker in cooler weather and lighter in warmer weather.


Woodland edges. The Prairie Lizard prefers spending most of its time up off the ground perched on rocks, logs, fence posts or up in a tree.

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1 Comment

NeilDazet 12 years ago

I love this spotting. Terrific photos - great job capturing the blue ventral coloration. Missouri Herps FTW!

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Missouri, USA

Spotted on Oct 23, 2011
Submitted on Oct 24, 2011

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