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Types of Anole

Allison's ​Anole​
Allison's ​Anole​

Allison's anole (Anolis allisoni), also known as the blue-headed anole, is a species of anole. This lizard is found in Cuba (except the west and the far southeast), the Bay Islands and Cayos Cochinos off the mainland of Honduras, and Half Moon Caye off the mainland of Belize.

Anolis ​Distichus​
Anolis ​Distichus​

Anolis distichus, the bark anole or Hispaniolan gracile anole, is a species of anole lizard (US: / ə ˈ n oʊ. l i / ( listen)) native to Hispaniola and the Bahamas, and introduced to Florida where first recorded in 1946.

Brown Anole​
Brown Anole​

The brown anole (Anolis sagrei), also known as the Bahaman anole or De la Sagra's Anole, is a lizard native to Cuba and the Bahamas.

Cuban Green ​Anole​
Cuban Green ​Anole​

Threats to natives: May compete with the green anole (Anolis carolinensis) (Meshaka et al. 1997) Species Account: The Cuban green anole uses the trunk and canopy of trees from 1-6 m above the ground. A colony in North Miami was established around 1991, but a colony in South Miami is about 4 years ...

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Green Anole​
Green Anole​

How to Care for Green Anole Lizards Odds are, you will probably see this type of lizard in your garden. Green anoles are very common, and they enjoy sitting on branches of large, leafy plants.

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Hispaniolan ​Green Anole​
Hispaniolan ​Green Anole​

The Hispaniolan green anole (Anolis chlorocyanus) is a species of anole endemic to the island of Hispaniola. It is very similar to the North American species, the green anole (Anolis carolinensis), but males have a light blue throat flap, instead of red.

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Jamaican ​Giant Anole​
Jamaican ​Giant Anole​

The Jamaican giant anole (Anolis garmani), also known as the Jamaican crested anole, is a species of anole (US: / ə ˈ n oʊ. l i / ( listen)), a lizard in the family Dactyloidae.The species is endemic to the Jamaica, but has been introduced to Florida

Knight Anole​
Knight Anole​

The knight anole (Anolis equestris) is the largest species of anole (US: / ə ˈ n oʊ. l i / ( listen)) lizard in the Dactyloidae family. Other common names include Cuban knight anole or Cuban giant anole, highlighting its native country, but it has also been introduced to Florida.

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Large-Headed ​Anole​
Large-Headed ​Anole​

Largehead Anole - Anolis cybotes Florida's Exotic Wildlife. Species detail. First year: 1967 Extirpated year: Established status: Populations are confirmed breeding and apparently self-sustaining for 10 or more consecutive years.

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Martinique's ​Anole​
Martinique's ​Anole​

Martinique's anole (Anolis roquet), also called savannah anole, is a species of anole lizard. It is endemic to the island of Martinique, located in the Caribbean Lesser Antilles.

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Neotropical ​Green Anole​
Neotropical ​Green Anole​

The Neotropical green anole (Anolis biporcatus), also known as the giant green anole, is a species of anole lizard. It is found in forests, both disturbed and undisturbed, in Mexico, Central America, Colombia and Venezuela.

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Norops​
Norops​

Norops is the proposed genus for more than 150 species of anole lizards traditionally classified in the genus Anolis. They are native to Mexico, South and Central America, and the West Indies. Depending on the exact species, adults have a snout-to-vent of between about 3 and 13 cm (1.2–5.1 in), ranging from the small five-striped grass anole to the Jamaican giant anole.

West Cuban ​Anole​
West Cuban ​Anole​

The West Cuban anole (Anolis bartschi), also known as the western cliff anole, is a species of lizard in the family Dactyloidae. A medium-sized anole, adult males have a typical snout-to-vent length of 7.5 cm (3.0 in) and females 6.4 cm (2.5 in).

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