Big one had to be about 4 1/2 inches long wandering around
Escaped through a hole under a bush.
The reptile was scurrying through the rock wall and escaped through the cracks.
Second individual observed in one spot. They got into a little fight.
1 of 2 individuals observed.
Different shades of brown, black spots, approximately 7 to 8 inches long
Laying out in the sun on a hot day
The striped lizard was inside the house eating little scarabs passing by my house
Teiidae is a family of lizards native to the Americas, generally known as whiptails. The group includes the parthenogenic genera Cnemidophorus and Aspidoscelis, and the non-parthenogenic Tupinambis. It has over 230 member species in ten genera. About 75% of the species are in two dominant genera, Aspidoscelis and Cnemidophorus.