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Photo © Michelle Halbur, all rights reserved
38.54722595214844, -122.80277252197266 (Google, OSM)
38.5759928202, -122.7084875107
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Description

Lizard tail found on game trail. Ouch!

Apr. 19, 2012 08:53:50 -0700
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The markings look like a northern type, though you seem to have lost an important part of the animal.

Posted by curiousgeorge61 over 2 years ago (Flag)
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I agree with George, Barista alligator lizards don't occur in CA

Posted by loarie over 2 years ago (Flag)
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Posted by mmhalbur over 2 years ago (Flag)
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Alligator Lizards - Photo (c) David Bygott, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
loarie's ID: Alligator Lizards (Genus Elgaria)

Southern is much more common - would need to see eye or belly to confirm northern

Posted by loarie 6 months ago (Flag)
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Alligator Lizards - Photo (c) David Bygott, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-SA)
Community ID: Alligator Lizards (Genus Elgaria)
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