S. consobrinus found on side of road under a rock on Taylor Road near Ozona TX. Fair conditions, sunny, moderate cloud cover, roughly 75-78 degrees.
S. consobrinus found on side of a log as the sun began to peek through the clouds around noon.
"The eastern fence lizard is a medium-sized species of lizard found along forest edges, rock piles, and rotting logs or stumps in the eastern United States."
S. consobrinus collected on the campus of Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins TX. Collected at 11:52 am, sun was just beginning to show though clouds. Specimen was found on the side of a dead log in an area where the sun was shining through the trees. Temperature was roughly 62 degrees F. Dry conditions.
On fallen stump on disc golf course
On fallen branches
Photo had to be taken at a distance, as the lizard excelled at escaping up the tree.
Found in Bosque at the Savana BEMP site
Found two sub-adult S. undulatus. One female and one male. The male was unusually pale.
The eastern fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus) is a medium-sized species of lizard found along forest edges, rock piles, and rotting logs or stumps in the eastern United States. It is sometimes referred to as the prairie lizard, fence swift, gray lizard, or pine lizard.