Brown Anole

Brown Anole Photo Album

 

The TGO Nature Center is pleased to present this Brown Anole Photo Album to help in the identification of these lizards which are common at The Great Outdoors and throughout Florida. Unlike the Green Anole, the Brown Anole is not native to the United States but came from the Caribbean.  Notice the spots on the body which the Green Anoles do not have. Be sure to click on the photos to zoom in for a closer look.

Jim Dick took the phenomenal photos below on April 1, 2017.

 

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Photo Courtesy of Jim Dick

 

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Photo Courtesy of Jim Dick

 

Jim Dick took the photo below of a Brown Anole on his Sago Palm on March 13, 2016.

 

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Photo Courtesy of Jim Dick

 

The photos below were taken by Jim Dick.

 

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Photo Courtesy of Jim Dick

 

TGO Nature Center, Nature, Education, Reptiles, Brown Anole, Anole, Photo Album

Photo Courtesy of Jim Dick

 

TGO Nature Center, Nature, Education, Reptiles, Brown Anole, Anole, Photo Album

Photo Courtesy of Jim Dick

 

TGO Nature Center, Nature, Education, Reptiles, Brown Anole, Anole, Photo Album

Photo Courtesy of Jim Dick

 

Gary Wittstock took the photos below. Notice the watermelon colored dewlap in the first photo. Only male anoles have this dewlap that is used for attracting females and in territorial displays. The second photo is a silhouette of a Brown Anole.

 

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Photo Courtesy of Gary Wittstock

 

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Photo Courtesy of Gary Wittstock

 

To see photos of the Green Anole for comparison, click on this Green Anole Photo Album link.

 

 

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