Close up of a brown anole (Anolis sagrei) lizard, a native species of Cuba.This is a male of the species who is defending his territory by flashing his bright orange dewlap. When he collapses it, the brightly coloured dewlap is hidden and appears as nothing more than a pale, vertical streak along the underside of the neck.
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Date:
18/08/14
Location:
Cayo Coco island, Cuba
Photographer:
Neil Wolfe

Close up of a brown anole (Anolis sagrei) lizard, a native species of Cuba.This is a male of the species who is defending his territory by flashing his bright orange dewlap. When he collapses it, the brightly coloured dewlap is hidden and appears as nothing more than a pale, vertical streak along the underside of the neck.
Ref:
Date:
18/08/14
Location:
Cayo Coco island, Cuba
Photographer:
Neil Wolfe