Approx. 0.5 mi. up hill from lower trailhead.
Unsure of specific site. Soil looks like April 27 2013 observation of WFL, but is not conclusive because the general area has rocks in the soil.
Riverside County, California, US
Saw many of these in Pv
Fairly common; about three seen in two hour walk.
One of 2 seen while looking for the sandstone night lizards. Only one I vouchered, subadult female.
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.