Oriental garden lizard
Admiralty Park 3Feb09. Tan KH
Admiralty Park 11Mar10
Finally, we ended our walk with what we started off with - a Changeable Lizard. This is a male in breeding colours.
Oriental garden lizard (Calotes versicolor) from Ettumanoor, Kottayam, Kerala, India.
oriental garden lizard, eastern garden lizard or changeable lizard (Calotes versicolor)
This is a very common type of lizard of our country and found almost all over the country.
As long as from my wrist to elbow including the tail. It has some red spot under its head. I would call chin for human and it has dark greenish body
A lizard-like reptile, brown-greenish colored skin, about 2 foot long in length
This lizard is good at camouflaging; it is difficult to catch its appearance when it's sticking to the tree.
A pretty long, lightish green lizard with different shades of green for skin.
It is about 1 1/2 foot long and is gold in color with some patterns on its back. Its tail is almost twice as long as its body. When
Little bigger than geko. Yellowish. About the size of a hand.
4 legs, medium reaction, small spikes on the head and body, red colours neck, feeds on insects, long tail, long tongue, fast paced, dark grey,
A light greenish lizard about as long as from my finger tips to wrist. It has pretty long tail and white dotted line on its body.
Oriental Garden Lizard
I just started learning and exploaring photography. It was my first time with my camera. I was finding some subject to photograph. Then I found this beautiful lizard sitting in my garden. I loved this creature and it texture, so I thought this would be my today's subject.
A small yellow reptile resting on top of a concrete wall. It has tiny spines running down it's back.
Seems like a lizard of some sort. Green body print. Small scales all around, with small spikes on the backbone that end before the tail. Four legs; the back two have really long toes/nails. Very long tail as well.