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Side-blotched Lizard

Description:

Small and nimble spotted lizard with dark black blotches on its sides.

Habitat:

Desert.

Notes:

This lizard was captured by a researcher during a herpetology inventory at Saguaro National Park.

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4 Comments

luvnature
luvnature 9 years ago

I'd like this spotting added to my Tucson Wildlife Count project mission.

luvnature
luvnature 9 years ago

I live in Tucson and the side-blotched lizards are a colorful little lizard. I'm not sure they are as numerous where I live which is one reason I have just created a new project mission called Tucson Wildlife Count to help notice the numbers of species in the Tucson area. Photos with many of the same species in Tucson are what I'm looking for to post in this project mission.

Stian Waaler
Stian Waaler 9 years ago

Nice picture Yasser!!

Yasser
Yasser 9 years ago

It was such a beautiful little lizard. The photo hardly does it justice.

Yasser
Spotted by
Yasser

Tucson, Arizona, USA

Spotted on Oct 21, 2011
Submitted on Dec 10, 2011

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