Genus Sceloporus


Dunes Sagebrush Lizard - Their habitat requirements include large networks of shinnery oak , which are short shrubs, and a sloping, sandy topography, where the lizards use "blowouts" as their primary microhabitat.

Yellow-spotted Spiny Lizard - The Yellow-spotted Spiny Lizard is a lizard that is most commonly found in the Yucatán Peninsula.

Sagebrush lizard - There are 3 recognized regional variations of the sagebrush lizard; The Southern Sagebrush Lizard lives in Southern California, and the Western and Northern Sagebrush variations are found in many western states including Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, and Arizona.


Graphic Spiny Lizard - The Mesquite Lizard is a species of lizard native to the southern United States in the state of Texas, and Mexico in the states of Chihuahua, Durango, Zacatecas, Coahuila, San Luis Potosí, Nuevo León, Tamaulipas, Oaxaca and Guerrero.

Yellow-backed Spiny Lizard - Like many desert lizards, Desert Spiny Lizards stay warm by changing their color so they are darker during cool times, which allows them to absorb more heat from the sun, and become lighter during warm times so they reflect more solar radiation .


Canyon lizard - There are seven recognized subspecies of S.

Western fence lizard - It is a member of the genus Sceloporus, and therefore is a spiny lizard.


Texas spiny lizard - Texas spiny lizards are 7.


Granite spiny lizard - The Granite spiny lizard is a colorful species that can be observed perched atop boulders from considerable distance.

Crevice spiny lizard - Crevice spiny lizards are typically grey in color, but sometimes can have a ruddy red-brown appearance with a black and white collar around the neck region.


Blue spiny lizard - There are four recognized subspecies of S.

Red-lipped Plateau Lizard - The generic name: Sceloporus is derived from the from Greek skelos/σκελος meaning "leg" and the Latin word porus meaning "hole", referring to the enlarges femoral pores found in this genus of lizards.


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Order : Squamata
Family : Phrynosomatidae
Genus : Sceloporus