Saint Vincent's bush anole

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Saint Vincent's bush anole
Anolis trinitatis.jpg
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata
Suborder: Iguania
Family: Polychrotidae
Genus: Anolis
Species: A. trinitatus
Binomial name
Anolis trinitatus
Reinhardt & Lütken, 1862
  • Anolis vincenti - Garman, 1887
  • Anolis trinitatus - Creer et al., 2001

Saint Vincent's bush anole or the Trinidad anole (Anolis trinitatis) is a species of anole lizard found in the Caribbean.

Geographic range[edit]

It is native to the island of Saint Vincent, and has been introduced to Trinidad.


Males, which reach 74 mm snout-to-vent (about 3 inches), are green to green-blue, with blue stippling on the head and anterior trunk. They have yellow coloring on the jaws and ventral surface, and the area around the eye is dark. Males have a large dewlap that extends into the abdominal region. Females are duller and have a smaller dewlap.


It typically perches at low heights, below around 3 m (10 feet).


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