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Baby HL Photos. ID help needed.


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Posted by Jeff Judd on May 07, 2003 at 12:30:22:

In Reply to: Baby HL Photos. ID help needed. posted by gigaber on May 07, 2003 at 10:59:59:

:Well, my little $40 digital camera didn't do a macro shot - completely blurry, but I was able to calm the HL down enough to run a scan. (Don't worry HL enthusiasts out there, I didn't close the lid, and the little fellow seemed to enjoy the scanning process, strangely, maybe it's a little like basking...).


:So is it of the Desert or the Short Horned Variety? From all the helpful info provided by Gary, I'm guessing SHL. But it is a little difficult to tell, seeing how the horns are barely developed.

Hey Chris,
He is short-horned lizard (phrynosoma hernandezi).Jeff


:If the photo doesn't open in this message, go to:
:http://gallery.pethobbyist.com/index.pl?photo=72256&size=big

:Thanks,
:Chris
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