Common Spotted Whiptail
Also known as the Texas spotted whiptail, the common spotted whiptail is an attractive heat-loving member of the Teiidae family and is often spotted on the sides of roads, trails and open area with nearby cover across most of Texas and nearly all of Mexico except for in the western states. This one was one of many seen on a hot summer day near Weslaco, Texas in the Rio Grande Valley.
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- Whiptails and their Allies (Teiidae)