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Eastern Collared Lizard - Crotaphytus collaris

(Say, 1823)
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Adult male, photo © Gary Nafis, specimen courtesy of Will Wells
Adult male, Arizona
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Adult male, San Juan County, New Mexico © Mark Gary Adult, Hidalgo County, New Mexico
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Adult, Cochise County, Arizona Adult, Cochise County, Arizona
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Juvenile, Bernalillo County, New Mexico Hatchling Navajo County, Arizona
     
Habitat
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Juvenile in habitat,
Bernalillo County, New Mexico
Habitat, Cochise County, Arizona
Habitat, Hidalgo County, New Mexico
     
Short Videos
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A juvenile Eastern Collared lizard basks on a rock in Bernalillo County, New Mexico. A male Eastern Collared Lizard basks and runs around on a rock wall in Kansas. In the middle, he eats a bug and smacks his lips afterward. A tiny juvenile Eastern Collard Lizard, disturbed from its sleep under a rock, gapes defensively then, with a daring display of audacity, jumps repeatedly at the camera. At one point it even bit and held on to the camera.



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