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Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Brown Anoles Get Their Own Post - The Octagon, Post 3/3 - October 7, 2012
So I mentioned before that anoles in Florida are as common as houseflies up here in Chicago. Literally... you occasionally get one in your house in Florida, like we get flies in the house in Chicago. But since I don't actually live in Florida, I find the fascinating and fun. We just don't get free-roaming lizards in a state that freezes over for several months a year. I've counted anoles in my list, so this isn't for that, but just fun pictures of these common little guys.
"As the insurance representative/mascot of the year, I welcome you to this gathering..."
Seriously. Doesn't he look like the Geico Gekko getting ready to make a speech at podium?
I liked this guy for the way he showed off the coloring on his back scales.
Same guy, different view. It looks like he has eyelashes from the way those scales above his eye are colored.
This picture is fun because it gives you an idea of exactly how small these little buggers are. This is a standard chain-link fence. He's not much bigger around than the wires. I also love how his little 'hands' are wrapped around the fence.
This guy has awesome coloring. His details are are so stark! Also... the size of the wire fence.
This guy is 'scalier' than the others. For lizards, the others seem pretty smooth. This one is a bit 'toadier'. He's also doing the splits, which lets us see the patterns on his leg.
And one of my favorites. This lizard is a little confused. He's not a turkey!