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Mystery in Portland

Description: What could my new friend be?

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User: lizardhut42 (see all of lizardhut42's photos)
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Date: 09/02/03
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jusmebabe

Registered: 07/2002
Location: Salinas, California
Photos Uplaoded: 36
Comments Left: 0
None ya business

Looks like a whiptail lizard..
09-18-2003 06:01PM View jusmebabe's Profile View jusmebabe's Gallery  

Nanya

Registered: 01/2004
Photos Uplaoded: 29
Comments Left: 0

Actually it's more like a juvenile skink, Portland Arizona, right?
01-09-2004 04:37AM View Nanya's Profile Visit Nanya's Homepage! View Nanya's Gallery  

Rob_H

Registered: 02/2003
Location: uk
Photos Uplaoded: 7
Comments Left: 0

Well the species is definitely the blue tailed tree lacerta, Holoaspis sp, (probably guentheri). How on earth it was in Arizona is beyond me as they are African lizards. Most likely an import. Arboreal as you probably know already and hardly ever seen in the hobby. Skinks don't have the segmented blue colour on the tail, and have a much more conical head and body, with much shorter legs. As you can see the lizard has a defined head and long legs. Definitely a Holoaspis of some sort. Rating: 5/5 
01-09-2004 01:54PM View Rob_H's Profile View Rob_H's Gallery  

snake12

Registered: 05/2003
Location: france
Photos Uplaoded: 30
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1.21.04 4

that is a blue tailed tree lizard or a serrated tailed rainbow lizard which is the same lizard
01-09-2004 05:35PM View snake12's Profile