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ROUND-TAILED HORNED LIZARD
Phrynosoma modestum

Round-tailed Horned Lizard - Phrynosoma modestum Phrynosoma modestum  from the Pandale area in Val Verde Co.,
Texas                                               Photo by Gerald Keown, SWCHR
Round-tailed Horned Lizard - Phrynosoma modestum Phrynosoma modestum  from the Pandale area in Val Verde Co.,
Texas                                               Photo by Gerald Keown, SWCHR



Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs throughout much of west Texas, New Mexico and in extreme southeastern Arizona.

Legal Status:  Phrynosoma modestum has no protected status in our region.



Habitat of Phrynosoma modestum in Val Verde County, Texas Habitat of  Phrynosoma modestum  in Val Verde County,  Texas
                                                        Photo by Gerald Keown, SWCHR





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