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What’s this Lizard/Snake/Critter?

“What’s this snake on my patio?” you ask.

“What kind of lizard is this in my back yard?” you say.

Florida has a lot of native reptiles and amphibians and a great number of exotic (Not-supposed-to-be-here) reptiles and amphibians. Working as a Zoo Educator, the president of a herpetological society and in other capacities I’ve often been converted to the “go-to-guy” to identify snakes, lizards, frogs and other animals that end up wandering into someone’s back yard. Well folks, this section is for you then: Got a weird critter that you’ve seen in Florida? Email JDHolbrook¬† ( A ) gmail.com . Your submissions will also help gain a better understanding of what invasive reptiles are present in Florida, as we haven’t even scratched the surface of the number of species that are present here.

-Josh

What’s this Lizard? Anolis equestris, of course – The Cuban Knight Anole

Red-headed Agama, Agama agama africana

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