Grenada Tree Anole
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|The Grenada tree anole, or Richard's anole (Anolis richardii ) is a species of anole lizard which is endemic to the Caribbean. |
Males reach a maximum length of 140 mm. It has a dark green or brown dorsal surface, with a green-gray to yellow ventral surface. Its dewlap is orange, yellow, or gray-green. Females and juveniles often have a yellow or cream-colored lateral stripe.
Its camouflage effect was so brilliant, that I did not observe it even though I was standing next to it.
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Do you share your nature images elsewhere too, Bala? You have pictures going back to 2011 and I can only surmise you could be doing that.
This Lizard is unique in terms of colors on it.
I like the diagonal positioning of the subject within the frame.
hallo bala very nice picture to see
i like the Anole
lovely colours to
thanks gr lou
- [2016-11-28 15:26]
Hi Bala,a great capture of this green lizard,a difficult location and a difficult backlight too,but the result is very sharp and bright,well done! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
une belle harmonie dans les couleurs et nuances de vert, et belle présentation de ce reptile.
Well captured this endemic lizard at its natural habitat. Very nice view sand exposure. Well sharpness too.
Thanks for sharing,