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05/01/2006 10:00:40 AM · #1
Yep...Eastern Fence Lizard (Sceloporus undulatus) it is...

They can be found throughout all of Virginia...
05/01/2006 06:52:38 AM · #2
Oh I'd love to see one. The daughter would love that. Have never seen any in this part of VA though. We love reptiles!
04/30/2006 11:30:54 PM · #3
2 more equally poor photographs of the little guy...
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Message edited by author 2006-04-30 23:31:17.
04/30/2006 11:25:40 PM · #4
Well, he's certainly residing in Southwestern Virginia. ;-) Maybe he didn't take geography...
04/30/2006 11:24:21 PM · #5
I wouldn't say he nailed the identification. I'm pretty sure that is a Southwestern Fence Lizard !

KS

Originally posted by SJCarter:

Well, I'd say you nailed that... LOL THANK YOU!!!! :-)


Message edited by author 2006-04-30 23:24:30.
04/30/2006 09:37:41 PM · #6
Very cool critter. Look forward to seeing some more shots of them.
04/30/2006 09:34:45 PM · #7
Well, I'd say you nailed that... LOL THANK YOU!!!! :-)
04/30/2006 09:33:03 PM · #8
Eastern Fence Lizard?

Message edited by author 2006-04-30 21:36:35.
04/30/2006 09:28:26 PM · #9
We've got a couple of these guys that appeared after building a retaining wall out of railroad ties in September. Anybody have a clue as to what they are? Although the one shown here is smaller, the "papa" is at least 10" long from his head to the end of his tail. I was surprised at how large they get and haven't seen them in the area before (neither has my father and he's lived in rural Virginia all his life).
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Please forgive the crudity of the photograph - it is for identification purposes only! :-)
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