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Posted by georgio on May 12, 2003 at 00:48:14:

In Reply to: Yard pic posted by dvl on May 03, 2003 at 19:40:36:

Great picture. I have caught a few checkered whiptails in Santa Barbara, CA. I was wondering if you knew what they looked like when they are young. There are two main lizards here, the western fence lizard (blue belly) and one that I think may be a young checkered whiptail. It looks similar to the bluebelly but has orange markings underneath and is a tan color rather than grey/black. Any idea if this is a young whiptail?

Peter


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