Heard at about 11am on a warm (70 degrees), clear winter day. Seeps between granite outcropings
Looks a lot like A. grandidentatum but is apparently a disjunct population of A. saccharum.
Small and shiny brown above with darker brown below. In leaf litter under post oaks.
Thick-bodied and fairly long. Copper colored with darker bands.
Large (4-8 inches) green frog with large tympanum behind the eyes.
Mouth is rather small when compared to the body.
Tail is long and acts as a rudder when descending from a perch. legs are short in comparison to body.
Rather large lizard (6.6-13.75 inches) with a thick body,light tan/beige underneath and dark brown scaling on top. Varying degrees of rust colors underneath. Skin is shiny.
Juvenile Eastern Collared Lizard. Overall brown with the distinct black bands on the back of the neck and lighter colored spots on back with darker colored spots on lighter colored tail.
This male shows the deep turquoise coloration found in older specimans.This was the first male that I ever saw with this color.
This male shows the rust coloration over the shoulder that connects with the black bands on back.
This is a pair of Eastern Collared Lizards that have not reached full sexual maturation.
This male is the traditional green and has not reached full breeding coloration. This is the typical coloration for most males.
Large lizard (8-14 inches) with two black rings around neck. Yellow head, blue body with yellow bars and white spots. Hind legs larger than the front. This coloration is found primarily in the Wichita Mountains in males during the breeding season.