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Texas Spotted Whiptail  - Aspidoscelis gularis gularis

(Baird and Girard, 1852)

(= Cnemidophoris gularis gularis)
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Texas Spotted Whiptail Texas Spotted Whiptail Texas Spotted Whiptail
Adult, Burnet County, Texas Adult, Travis County, Texas Juvenile, Travis County, Texas
Texas Spotted Whiptail Texas Spotted Whiptail Texas Spotted Whiptail
Juvenile, Travis County, Texas Juvenile, Travis County, Texas Adult, Travis County, Texas
Texas Spotted Whiptail Texas Spotted Whiptail Texas Spotted Whiptail
Adult, Crockett County, Texas Juvenile, Hidalgo County, Texas
Texas Spotted Whiptail Texas Spotted Whiptail  
Adult, Crockett County, Texas
Adult, Travis County, Texas  
Texas Patch-nosed Snake eating Texas Spotted Whiptail Texas Patch-nosed Snake eating Texas Spotted Whiptail Texas Patch-nosed Snake eating Texas Spotted Whiptail
A Texas Patch-nosed Snake captures a Texas Spotted Whiptail, biting its tail and wrapping its body around the lizard's body to suffocate it. The snake dragged the lizard away before the observer could tell if it successfully killed and ate the lizard.
Central Texas, © Denise Kocek.

Habitat
Texas Spotted Whiptail habitat Texas Spotted Whiptail habitat Texas Spotted Whiptail habitat
Habitat, Blanco County, Texas Habitat, Travis County, Texas Habitat, Burnet County, Texas
  Texas Spotted Whiptail habitat  
  Habitat, Crockett County, Texas



 



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