Some wild Florida lizards

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An excellent photo of a common Ameiva (spelling?)
Not my photo.
I believe this is a female because of the relatively drab coloration.
These are very fast. And can look like green iguanas to the untrained eye.
 

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An excellent photo of a common Ameiva (spelling?)
Not my photo.
I believe this is a female because of the relatively drab coloration.
These are very fast. And can look like green iguanas to the untrained eye.
That is a neat looking lizard.
 

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An excellent photo of a common Ameiva (spelling?)
Not my photo.
I believe this is a female because of the relatively drab coloration.
These are very fast. And can look like green iguanas to the untrained eye.
Just saw this. Beautiful! We have Ameiva dorsalis here...they are kind of mottled irredescent blue and lightning fast. They are becoming increasingly rare and I am very concerned about their continued existence! Habitat loss due to overdevopment.
 

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