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SONORAN SPOTTED WHIPTAIL LIZARD
Aspidoscelis sonorae

Sonoran Spotted Whiptail Lizard -  Aspidoscelis sonorae Aspidoscelis sonorae from Pima Co., Arizona  Photo by Diego Ortiz

Sonoran Spotted Whiptail Lizard -  Aspidoscelis sonorae  Aspidoscelis     sonorae     from     Cochise     County,   Arizona
                                                                 Photo 2008 Alice Abela





Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs in southeastern Arizona and extreme southwestern New Mexico.

Legal Status:  Aspidoscelis sonorae has no protected status in our region.





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