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NORTHERN GREEN ANOLE
Anolis carolinesis carolinesis

Northern Green Anole - Anolis carolinesis carolinesis Anolis c. carolinesis from Harris Co., Tx. Photo by M. Hollanders

Northern Green Anole - Anolis carolinesis carolinesis Anolis c. carolinesis  (in shed)  from  Nueces  County,   Texas                                                               Photo by D. Craig McIntyre
Northern Green Anole - Anolis carolinesis carolinesis Anolis  carolinesis c arolinesis  from Cameron  County, Texas
                                                                  Photo by Ben Stupavsky
Breeding Pair of Northern Green Anoles - Anolis carolinesis carolinesis A breeding pair of Anolis c. carolinesis from Dallas Co.,Texas
                                                                         Photo by Mark Pyle

Male Northern Green Anoles - Anolis carolinesis carolinesis Male Anolis carolinesis carolinesis  from Galveston County,  Texas                                                               Photo by Eric Runfeldt




Distribution:  In our region this species occurs in the eastern half of Texas as far south as Brownsville.

Legal Status:  The Northern Green Anole has no protected status in our region.






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