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Sceloporus cyanogenys from Webb Co., Tx. Photo byTodd Hughes Sceloporus cyanogenys from Webb Co., Tx. Photo byTodd Hughes
Sceloporus cyanogenys from Hidalgo Co., Tx. Photo by J. Williams
Distribution: In our region, this species occurs only in southern Texas. It is absent in counties bordering the Gulf of Mexico.
Legal Status: Sceloporus cyanogenys is not a protected species.
Range of Sceloporus cyanogenys Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR
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