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|A common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis) resting on a rock.|
"The common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis) is a species of lizard with a large distribution in Europe and well-established introduced populations in North America, where it is also called the European wall lizard. It can grow to about 20 cm in total length.
The common wall lizard is a small, thin lizard whose small scales are highly variable in colour and pattern. Its coloration is generally brownish or greyish, and may occasionally be tinged with green. In some individuals the row of spots along their back may form a line, while others may have a reticulated pattern with dark spots on the side and scattered white spots that can be blue in the shoulder region. The tail is brown, grey or rust in colour, and may also have light bars on the sides. The belly region has 6 rows of larger rectangular scales that are generally reddish, pink, or orangish. Common wall lizards may also have dark markings on the throat."
Text from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podarcis_muralis.
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Hi Mircea, an excellent capture of this beauty from a nice POV with fine composition, lovely pose and details.
TFS and have a nice WE!
- [2009-03-14 2:01]
Hello again Mircea,
Superb shot of this beaut with lovely pose and wonderful details.
TFS and G's,