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These arboreal lizards are found in the southeastern United States. The red or orange color is exhibited by the males during mating season. This is a guide about Plestiodon laticeps, commonly known as redheaded lizards (broad-headed skinks).
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A photogenic lizard, warming himself in the sun.
Here is a baby lizard my sister-in-law and I saved from her swimming pool in France. We were watching it frantically look for its mother before it fell into the pool. We scooped it out and waited for Mama Lizard to come find it. After a good five minutes, she showed up! It was such a sweet reunion!
By attosa from Los Angeles, CA
I love how they blend into their surroundings. I find that now some of them take on their own personalities. I have a different species that lives in my hut and a much smaller one, again a different kind again, that likes to eat bits of my gluten free chocolate chip cookies.
On Mother's Day, this "Skink" lizard was discovered on our living room wall. Of course, it is a "good" lizard as it eats bugs!
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He was a polite little fellow to pose so nicely. We used to have some nice lizards in the yard when we lived in TX and KY; not so many in PA. We love to see them when we hike! (09/15/2010)
I snapped this picture one day of a lizard sunning him/herself on the garden fence. I love animals and nature, and am always looking for an opportunity to photograph beautiful things. We love lizards in our garden, they eat lots of bad bugs. :-)
A couple of years ago I was sitting on my porch and noticed a couple of lizards running up and down the porch columns. I ran and got my camera and just took this one picture before they scrambled away. I just had gotten the camera and couldn't believe how great the picture came out
My husband and I were hiking Bandy Creek Trail at Big South Fork National Park in Oneida, TN when I came across this little fellow.