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Northern Green Anole - Anolis carolinensis carolinensis

(Voigt, 1832)
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Green phase adult Monroe County, Florida Adult male, Liberty County, Florida
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Brown phase adult Nueces County, Texas Adult, trying to eat a fly,
Volusia County, Florida
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Adult, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana Adult, Hana, Maui, Hawai'i Adult, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
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Adult, Miami-Dade County, Florida Adult male displaying distended pink dewlap, Galveston County, Texas Adult, Miami-Dade County, Florida
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Adult male displaying distended pink dewlap, Galveston County, Texas Adult male displaying distended pink dewlap (left) in green phase, and
moments later, in brown phase (right) Galveston County, Texas
Adult, Miami-Dade County, Florida
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Adult male displaying distended pink dewlap (right) Charlton County, Georgia Adult male, Charlton County, Georgia Adult jumping, Broward County, Florida
       
Habitat
Northern Green Anole habitat
Habitat, Charlton County, Georgia Habitat, Monroe County, Florida Habitat, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana Habitat, Liberty County, Florida
       
Short Videos
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A male green anole in Chambers County Texas displays his pink dewlap. A male green anole in Chambers County Texas quickly changes his color from green to brown. A light-phase green anole in Florida tries to catch a fly, but fails.  



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