2019 Sep 28, 2:44pm
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We (SE TX) had only green anoles until about 3-4 years ago, then the brown ones came and now it is a mix of 30% green and 70% brown, which are invasive ones from Caribbean. The brown lizards eat green and vice versa, but brown ones are more aggressive.
We (SE TX) had only green anoles until about 3-4 years ago, then the brown ones came and now it is a mix of 30% green and 70% brown
They are sweet little lizards
The Texas variety bite. Doesn't hurt though. Sort of cute.
In San Antonio the green and brown are the same lizard. They change colors like a chameleon. I just watched one do it Labor Day weekend in my parents yard but also when I was a kid in the 80s. Maybe there is some new sort of Anole I'm not aware of?Maui has some cool ones. Not only the neck flap but they have a fringe along their back. When they fight the look like tiny dinosaurs. I can never find them when I search online so maybe they are invasive. There are others that come up that are native.
Curly Tail update, he finally gave up the ghost. Nudged him and he moved as one solid cohesive piece.
Another CV-19 victim.