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Precisely the least, the softest, lightest, a lizard's rustling, a breath, a flash, a moment—a little makes the way of the best happiness. Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)

  1. Green Anole with insect

    Anolis carolinensis
    This Green Anole is munching on an insect.

  2. Green Anole

    Anolis carolinensis
    Male is displaying its throat to claim its territory.

  3. Fighting Green Anoles

    Anolis carolinensis

  4. Coal Skink

    Plestiodon anthracinus

  5. Common Five-lined Skink

    Plestiodon fasciatus
    Several species of skinks have bright blue tails when they are immature. Without having the skink in hand, it is nearly impossible to distinguish the species at this stage. This skink could be a Southeastern Five-lined Skink or Five-lined Skink or possibly a Broadhead Skink.

  6. Southeastern Five-lined Skink

    Plestiodon inexpectatus

  7. Eastern Fence Lizard

    Sceloporus undulatus

  8. Eastern Fence Lizard

    Sceloporus undulatus

  9. Eastern Fence Lizard

    Sceloporus undulatus

  10. Eastern Fence Lizard

    Sceloporus undulatus
    The beautiful coloration of this Fence Lizard is very evident when he was sunning on this rock. The coloration is a perfect camouflage when seen on a tree's bark.

  11. Florida Scrub Lizard

    Sceloporus woodi