Desert Spiny Lizard (Sceloporus magister); Catalina,AZ, Lou Feltz](PID:51443302714) Source
posted by Lou Feltz alias deserttoad on Friday 10th of September 2021 01:08:55 PM
Like for several other herp species, this guy sometimes puffs itself up to look even bigger. They do this to intimidate potential predators and likely also to attract a comely mate. Most of the time, they appear normally slender. (I presume that I did not appear to be a threat.) This guy... (you need to see the underparts for the blue markings) made a close appearance while I was quietly sitting in this desert site just to observe what was active this time of year. This species is one of the larger, fuller bodied lizards that make regular appearances in this region. It is often seen in developed urban housing areas. IMG_6614; Desert Spiny Lizard
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