This was slightly larger than many of the anoles we saw, and it has a serrated tail.
The Puerto Rican crested anole is now firmly established in parts of South Florida, in this case Coral Gables. The ground around Fairchild Botanical Garden and Matheson Hammock Park are densely populated by the gorgeous anoles (in addition to other anole species, native and introduced alike).
~ janson jones,
The Puerto Rican Crested Anole (Anolis cristatellus cristatellus) is a species of anole belonging to the Polychrotidae family of reptiles. This lizard is found throughout Puerto Rico and has been introduced into eastern Hispaniola and Florida. A subspecies, Anolis cristatellus wileyae, is found on islands off the eastern coast of Puerto Rico, such as Culebra and Vieques, and also on the U.S. Virgin Islands.