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Posted by Crowley on November 01, 2002 at 00:46:20:
Ok... this picture is horrible, it doesnt show the color's of the lizard at all, however it does show the size and body structure.
There is small spine that runs down the length of it's back... in the right light, it shines like a goldish silver iridescent color.
The top or (back) of the lizard was a brownish green which FADED into a very cool looking blue/green spotted belly... the underside of the lizard was a nice red color, spanning from the belly to the end of the tail.
We were told it was a Desert Iguana, after ruling that out because of lack of color... I began my search to find it's real identity.
Next, I found the SAME EXACT lizard for sale in PetCo, it was labeled "Bahama Curly Tail" I came home... looked it up, and in fact LOOKS like the same lizard, yet again is lacking the color's of this one. Also, I never saw him curl his tail like the curly tails... So I guess Petco had their reptile labeled wrong :)
This is my friends lizard and we have no idea what it is... Also, it will go under a rock and completely bury itself in the sand... making sure it's whole body is covered.
Please help! I will try and get my friend to send a better picture so we can correctly identify it :)