Saint Vincent's Tree Anole
|Saint Vincent's tree anole|
Saint Vincent's tree anole (Anolis griseus) is a species of anole lizard.
It is endemic to Saint Vincent, an island in the Caribbean Lesser Antilles that is part of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. It is one of two anole species on Saint Vincent, the other being the much smaller A. trinitatis.
Saint Vincent's tree anole can reach a length of 136 mm snout-to-vent. Its ventral surface is mossy gray-brown, occasionally with a yellow tint on its face and limbs. Its belly is pale green or yellow-gray, and its dewlap is dull orange. It has irregular dark markings on its body.
It usually perches high, but sometimes descends to the ground.
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