Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Western Sagebrush Lizard

The western sagebrush lizard is found in portions of central (including the Sierras) and northern California and southwestern Oregon. It is very similar to the southern sagebrush lizard that I've already blogged on. The one below was photographed near Shaver Lake in the Sierras. Note the white strips on each side of the back.

A closer view of the back. The scales of this particular lizard are very dull.

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