Western Side-blotched Lizard
The western side-blotched lizard is a subspecies of the common side-blotched lizard found over most the the American Southwest. This one photographed in Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California's Mojave Desert was the most numerous of lizard species I'd found.
- © 2013
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- Spiny Desert Lizards and Their Allies (Phrynosomatidae)