Basking on the edge of the fire road about 10m north of "The Hub."
Observed active in the Tinajas Altas Mountains. Imaged only. GTS 2049.
Found in Rincon mountains
Found another one.
Great to see these guys too. They are such colorful and pretty lizards.
The common side-blotched lizard (Uta stansburiana) is a species of side-blotched lizard found on the Pacific Coast of North America. It is notable for having a unique form of polymorphism wherein each of the three different male morphs utilizes a different strategy in acquiring mates. The three morphs compete against each other following a pattern of rock, paper, scissors, where one morph has advantages over another but is outcompeted by the third.