Zack, was the lizard from the second photo smaller than the first one?
ohhh hard to remember it was 2 year ago , they were quite the same I guess, something around 11-12 cm, what you think! they are other species?
First one is Darevskia dahli. I don't know for sure about the lizard from the second photo.
In this areas where more than 1-2 species lieve together, It is tough to identify juveniles, as well as some morphs and interbreeds by color and pattern only. Sometimes, carefull considerstion of scalation is necessary.
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