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TEXAS ROSE-BELLIED LIZARD
Sceloporus variabilis marmoratus

Texas Rose-bellied Lizard - Sceloporus variabilis marmoratus Sceloporus variabilis marmoratus  from Cameron County, Texas
                                                                    Photo by Brad Birchfield



Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs only in south Texas.

Legal Status:  Sceloporus variabilis marmoratus has no protected status in our region.



Range of Sceloporus variabilis marmoratus  Range  of  Sceloporus  variabilis  marmoratus   in  south  Texas
                                                                 Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR





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