One adult freed from a window pane, released outside. Just under 2" snout-to-vent.
Field Notes - Found in our laundry room on a cold morning. He/she was very much alive, but too cold to be mobile. I returned him to where I found him after taking these photos!
Un macho entre los arbustos, cerca de los helechales.
Hembra de lagartija de Isla Socorro, se ve en las siguientes fotos los detalles de las escamas.
Se encontraba en un montículo de rocas junto con más hembras y un par de machos azules.
The genus Urosaurus (the tree and brush lizards) belongs to the New World iguanian family Phrynosomatidae. They can be distinguished from members of the genus Sceloporus by the presence of a gular (under neck) fold and granular lateral scales. They can be distinguished from members of the genus Uta by the presence of enlarged (sometimes only slightly) dorsal scales. It has been used as a model system in lizard life-history studies, and populations produce two or...