TEXAS SPOTTED WHIPTAIL LIZARD
Aspidoscelis gularis gularis
Aspidoscelis gularis gularis from Castroville, Medina Co., Tx.
Photo by Lou Hamby
A mating pair of Aspidoscelis gularis gularis from Medina Co.,
Texas Photo by Lou Hamby
Aspidoscelis gularis gularis from Fort Hood in Coryell Co., Tx.
Photo by Eric Runfeldt
Distribution: In our region, this species occurs throughout much of Texas (except for extreme east Texas) and in southeastern New Mexico.
Legal Status: Aspidoscelis gularis gularis has no protected status in either Texas or New Mexico.
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