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There was (what I think is) a brown anole around; is this the same kind?

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This is actually a juvenile Northern Curly-tailed Lizard (Leiocephalus carinatus). They are very common in the Palm Beach area but are not native to the US. They were introduced into South Florida from the Bahamas in the 1940's.

Posted by mikevanvalen about 3 years ago (Flag)
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Posted by mikevanvalen about 3 years ago (Flag)
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Northern Curly-tailed Lizard - Photo (c) Thomas Brown, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
seakay's ID: Northern Curly-tailed Lizard (Leiocephalus carinatus)
Posted by seakay about 3 years ago (Flag)
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I appreciate the correction! =)

Posted by seakay about 3 years ago (Flag)
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Posted by sullivanribbit almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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This should be removed from the Anoles of Florida project.

Posted by sullivanribbit almost 2 years ago (Flag)
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Northern Curly-tailed Lizard - Photo (c) Thomas Brown, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
seakay's ID: Northern Curly-tailed Lizard (Leiocephalus carinatus)
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Northern Curly-tailed Lizard - Photo (c) Thomas Brown, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)
Community ID: Northern Curly-tailed Lizard (Leiocephalus carinatus)
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