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Wow! How vivid. Isn't it cool that stuff like this exists in nature, not just Photoshop?
Thanks Abbey, straight from the camera to the blog page.It's considered a "common" lizard, as if any creature that looks like that could be common.
So interesting. Looks like he is enjoying having his picture made:)
Definitely posing, check out that eye!
Good looking creature. I love that patch of turquoise blue on his belly!
I'm so glad you saw this Bernie, I learned of the "Wildlife Wednesday" meme on your blog.
I love this lizard....just never knew what it was called. Love the blue underbelly. Great catch!
I love him! Very Cool! I don’t believe I’ve ever seen one of these lizards before.
I love my fence lizards, Shirley. I get so upset when a dog or cat gets one of them. If I'm there I rescue him. Hey, what is the deal with the two ads popping up at the top of blogs lately ? Didn't happen a week or so ago.Read your blog that mentioned columbines and how you might like to have some in your garden next spring. Would you like one now ? Can bring one to the swap for you, if you'd please email me.patty
Quite a handsome lizard. I don't think I've seen one with a blue belly. Maybe I just didn't notice the belly. I'll look closer now.We have lots of the green anoles. They are cuties.
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