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TEXAS SPINY LIZARD
Sceloporus olivaceus

Texas Spiny Lizard -  Sceloporus olivaceus Sceloporus olivaceus from Aransas Co., Tx.   Photo Craig McIntyre





Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs throughout much of the central part of Texas from the Oklahoma border southward to the Mexican border.

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






Texas Spiny Lizard -  Sceloporus olivaceus Sceloporus olivaceus from Bandera Co., Tx. Photo Matt Hollanders





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