Anolis sagrei from Aransas Co., Tx. Photo by Craig McIntyre Anolis sagrei from Aransas Co., Tx. Photo by Craig McIntyre
Anolis sagrei from Aransas Co., Tx. Photo by Craig McIntyre Breeding Anolis sagrei in Aransas Co., Tx. Photo by Craig McIntyre
Distribution: Anolis sagrei is a native species of Cuba and the Bahamas. It was introduced into Florida and has since established populations in a number of southern states and Hawaii. In our region it is known to now be established in the following Texas counties: Aransas, Bexar, Cameron, Harris, Hidalgo, and Nueces. It will most likely also be found in other counties in south and southeastern Texas.
Legal Status: This species has no protected status.
Anolis sagrei from Aransas County, Texas eating its shed skin
Photo by Craig McIntyre
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