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TEXAS ALLIGATOR LIZARD
Gerrhonotus infernalis

Texas Alligator Lizard - Gerrhonotus infernalis Gerrhonotus infernalis from Travis Co., Tx. Photo by J. Williams

Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs only in Texas, throughout the Edwards Plateau westward into the Big Bend Region.

Legal Status:  Gerrhonotus infernalis has no protected status in our region.

Texas Alligator Lizard - Gerrhonotus infernalis Gerrhonotus infernalis  from northern Uvalde  County,  Texas
                                                                     Photo by Jason Penney
Range of Gerrhonotus infernalis Range of Gerrhonotus infernalis           Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR

Texas Alligator Lizard - Gerrhonotus infernalis Gerrhonotus   infernalis    from   ValVerde    County,    Texas
                                                                Photo by Chris Cirrincione
Texas Alligator Lizard - Gerrhonotus infernalis Gerrhonotus   infernalis    from   ValVerde    County,    Texas
                                                                Photo by Chris Cirrincione





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