Cnemidophorus sexlineatus viridis
|Cnemidophorus sexlineatus viridis|
|Subspecies:||C. s. viridis|
|Cnemidophorus sexlineatus viridis
Cnemidophorus sexlineatus viridis, commonly known as the prairie racerunner, is a subspecies of lizard endemic to the United States. It is a subspecies of Cnemidophorus sexlineatus, which is commonly known as the six-lined racerunner lizard.
The prairie racerunner is generally dark green or dark brown in color, with seven yellow stripes which run the length of the body from the head to the tail, and has a white underside. They are slender-bodied, and have a tail that is nearly twice the length of their body.
- Herps of Texas: Cnemidophorus sexlineatus viridis
- Six-lined Racerunner - Cnemidophorus sexlineatus Species account from the Iowa Reptile and Amphibian Field Guide
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