What Happened to the Small Green Lizards?

When was the last time you saw a native green anole? This fine specimen was climbing in the branches of a Crape Myrtle at the Exploration Gardens. The Cuban Brown Anole has taken over much of the food and habitat that once belonged to our native Green Anole. To understand better, see this link: https://blogs.ifas.ufl.edu/nassauco/2015/06/17/q-i-dont-see-the-small-green-lizards-here-anymore-i-used-to-see-them-all-the-time-when-i-moved-here-ten-years-ago-they-seem-to-have-been-replaced-by-a-brown-variety-what-happened/ to get answers to “What happened to the small green lizards?”


Posted: October 26, 2017

Category: Natural Resources, Wildlife
Tags: Anole, Wildlife

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