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Green Anole. Lizard (Anolis carolinensis) in a natural environmentMale Green Anole. Displaying colorful dewlapBrown Anole Lizard. Brown Anole - Anoles sager - is the most common lizard found in the islands of Hawaii on Kauai, Oahu, Maui and the Big Island. It seems to beAnole on a branch. An Anole lizard with a blue sky backgroundGreen Anole lizard, Georgia USA. Common green anole, Anolis carolinensis, , on a tree. Photographed in Athens, GA USA. The green anole is a common lizardGreen Anole. Lizard on white backgroundKnight anole. (Anolis equestris) on the rockBrown Anole. On a small logKnight anole Anolis equestris. Also known as the Cuban knight anoleAnole. An Anole (Anolis Sagrei) displays on a tree, in Florida, USAGreen Anole. A Green Anole among leavesEscambray Bearded Anole. The detail of Escambray Bearded AnoleGreen Anole Lizard on Red Plant. Hawaiian little lizard is the green anole. Not to be confused with chameleon or gecko. 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Green lizard-Carolina anole basking in the sun on a downspoutAnole. Small lizard in mating ritualCarolina Green Anole. Carolina Anole male displays as it searches for a mateAnole lizard. Crawling through a plant at nightMale Carolina Anole Lizard. Carolina Anole lizard displaying its red throat on a backyard fence with dramatic back lightingMale Carolina Anole Lizard. Carolina Anole lizard displaying its red throat on a backyard fence with dramatic back lightingGreen Anole. (Anolis carolinensis) in a natural environmentGreen Anole lizard Anolis carolinensis. Young Green Anole lizard Anolis carolinensis hiding in the garden shrubsAnole lizard. A closeup of an anole lizard peeking around a plantIsolated green anole lizard. Green male anole lizard displaying his red dewlap as he sits on a green bromeliad leafAnole lizard. A closeup of an anole lizard peeking around a plantAnole. An anole posing on some large tropical leavesGreen Anole Anolis carolinensis Closeup Wooden Fence. Green Anole Anolis carolinensis Closeup Sunning on Weather Wood FenceBrown anole Anolis sagrei with Orange Dewlap on a Coontie Bush. Brown Anole Anolis sagrei Sunning on the leaf of a Coontie Plant Zamia integrifolia ShowingFlorida Green anole Anolis carolinensis Detail on a Coontie Bush. Green Anole Sunning on the leaf of a Coontie Plant Zamia integrifolia Showing Scale DetailGreen anole Anolis carolinensis Detail on a Coontie Bush. Green Anole Sunning on the leaf of a Coontie Plant Zamia integrifolia Showing Scale DetailGreen Anole Anolis carolinensis Closeup. Sunning on the leaf of a Coontie Plant Zamia integrifolia Showing Brown EyeBanded Tree Anole Anolis transversalis. At Alejandro de Humboldt National ParkKnight Anole. (Anolis equestris) isolated on white backgroundGreen Anole. (Anolis carolinensis) isolated on white backgroundGreen Anole. (Anolis carolinensis) isolated on white backgroundCave anole. On the rockKnight Anole. (Anolis equestris) isolated on white backgroundBrown anole. On the rockBrown Anole Lizard. On a blue postGreen Anole lizard (Anolis carolinensis). Showing off his bright pink dewlap on the fenceGreen Carolina Anole. This male Green Carolina Anole demonstrates his dewlap (throat fanBrown anole Anolis sagrei. The brown anole Anolis sagrei, also known as the Bahaman anole or De la Sagra`s AnoleAnole on Heliconia in Guadeloupe. Anole on Heliconia Orthotrica, Jardin Botanique de Deshaies, Guadeloupe, FranceAnole lizard. Isolated on whiteKnight anole. On the wood trunkChill Anole. Anole before fighting and displaying an interesting dance. They change color rapidly and dance to impress any nearby ladie anolesClose-up of a red-throated anole, anolis carolinensis. Green Anole. Sitting on a LeafBrown Anole with Throat Fan Expanded. Male Brown Anole with Throat Fan ExpandedMale Brown Anole lizard Anolis sagrei. With a red orange dewlap on white gravelBahaman anole. On the branchTwo Brown Anole lizards Anolis sagrei mate. In southeast Florida on white gravelBrown Cuban anole Anolis sagrei perches on a boardwalk. In the Ding Darling National Refuge on Sanibel Island, FloridaGreen Anole. Sitting on a leafWestern bearded anole, Chamaeleolis barbatus. The Western bearded anole, Chamaeleolis barbatus, is a cryptic ambush predator endemic to CubaGreen Anole trying to hide between a wooden fence. A Green Anole trying to hide between a wooden fenceBlack Brown anole lizard Anolis sagrei. Climbs on a tree and alternates between displaying a red dewlap and doing push ups in the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary ofBlack Brown anole lizard Anolis sagrei. Climbs on a tree and alternates between displaying a red dewlap and doing push ups in the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary ofBrown Cuban anole Anolis sagrei perches on a fence. In the Ding Darling National Refuge on Sanibel Island, FloridaBrown anole lizard Anolis sagrei. Climbs on grass and leaves in Immokalee, FloridaGreen Anole. In the PlantAnole lizard in Hawaii. A closeup view of an anole lizard silhouette on a citrus leaf in Kauai, HawaiiWest Cuban anole. The detail of west Cuban anoleAnole lizard. Vertical image of an anole lizard on a tree. Image taken in August 2017 in Homosassa, FloridaGreen anole. The Carolina anole Anolis carolinensis sitting on a tree benchAnole Lizard. On a palm frond FloridaFlorida Green Anole. An endangered Florida Green Anole, front lit on a tree, focus on eyes and faceCamouflage: Green Anole, Carolina Anole. The green anole or Carolina Anole (Anolis carolinensis) is able to change its skin like a chameleon to blend in. Here itMating Chameleon Green Anole Lizards, Georgia USA. Two Green Carolina Anole lizards, Anolis carolinensis, breeding. May in Athens, GA. An arboreal anole lizardCuban Knight Anole or Cuban Chameleon. Changing color reptile in the wilderness, beauty in nature featuring green and blue animal