Grenada tree anole
|Grenada tree anole|
|Richard's anole, Jamaica|
Duméril and Bibron, 1837
The Grenada tree anole, or Richard's anole (Anolis richardii) is a species of anole lizard that is found in the Caribbean. It is native to Grenada and the Grenadines islands, and it has been introduced to Tobago.
It is large for an anole, with males reaching a maximum length of 140 mm snout-to-vent. 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.
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