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Nevada Side-blotched Lizard - Uta Stansburiana nevadensis

Ruthven, 1913




Range Map

Green = range of this lizard


More Information:

Northwest Herps Resources List
Washington Herp Atlas
NatureServe Explorer
Male Uta cooperation and throat colors


Related or Similar Northwest Lizards:

Northern Sagebrush Lizard
Northwestern Fence Lizard


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Nevada Side-blotched Lizard
Breeding adult male, Grant County, Washington
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Breeding adult male,
Grant County, Washington
Juvenile, Grant County, Washington Adult, Grant County, Washington
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  Adult, Grant County, Washington  
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Adult male with breeding season orange coloring (late May), Grant County, Washington
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Adult, Lake County, Oregon
Adult, Lake County, Oregon This little hatchling, barely the size of a US quarter dollar coin, was found wandering around an office lobby in Benton County, Washington.
© Kim Burtnyk
     
Habitat
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Habitat, 4,400 ft., Lake County Oregon Habitat, 1000 ft.,
Grant County, Washington
Habitat, 1000 ft.,
Grant County, Washington
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Lizard in habitat, 900 ft. 
Grant County, Washington
Habitat, 4,200 ft., Lake County Oregon  
     
Short Video
  Nevada Side-blotched Lizard  
  Nevada Side-blotched Lizards from the sagebrush desert of northern
Inyo County.
 
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