Florida scrub lizard

The Florida scrub lizard is classified as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future.

The range of the Florida scrub lizard is restricted entirely to Florida. These lizards occur in disjunct populations in central Florida and on the Atlantic Coast (Figure 2). More

The Florida Scrub Lizard is a species of lizard found only in Florida. It is threatened by habitat loss. References - http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/UW133 Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia. More

The Florida scrub lizard can be found in scrub areas from Marion and Putnam Counties southward to Dade County. More

* Sceloporus woodi Florida scrub lizard-University of Michigan Museum of Zoology Green Anole photo from US Global Change Research Program General Resources * UF/IFAS Extension: Lawn & Garden * Florida-Friendly More

The Florida scrub lizard (Sceloporus woodi), which is listed as a category 2 species of special concern by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, is endemic to scrub habitat and some open sandhill habitats of south and central Florida More

The Florida scrub lizard is a small, gray or gray-brown lizard that lives throughout upland sandy areas in the Central and Atlantic coast regions of Florida. The Florida Committee on Rare and Endangered Plants classified the scrub lizard as endangered. More

The Florida scrub lizard is a small, gray or gray-brown lizard with spiny scales (Figure 1). Adults are about 5 inches in total length. More

Florida scrub lizardThe Florida scrub lizard occurs in scrubs and sand pine forests in central Florida and along both coasts in southern Florida. The Florida scrub lizard (total length up to 6") is similar to the wide-spread fence lizard (S. More

Several populations of Florida scrub lizards in southwest Florida have gone extinct in the last few years due to development of their scrub habitat, and the species is critically threatened in that area. More

The Florida Scrub Lizard is a species who has been given the status of “threatened.” They are a small lizard, around five inches long, and are gray-brown in color with a dark side stripe and wavy bars on their backs. More

Florida scrub lizards, and indigo snakes occur in this scrub along with many typical scrub plants. The scrub ridge is narrow and surrounded by forest, making it poor habitat for Florida Scrub Jays, which do not occur on the Enchanted Forest. More

The Florida Scrub Lizard is from the order Squamata. Species from this order are amphisbaenians, lizards or snakes. There are over 6,000 living species belonging to the squamata order - it is the largest order of all reptiles. More

The Florida scrub lizard is about five-inches (13 cm) long, and grey-brown with a thick dark brown stripe running down the side of the body from the neck to the base of the tail. There are 8-10 dark, wavy bars on the back. More

biology of the rare Florida scrub lizard in fragmented habitat. Herpetologica 60: 54-61. * McCoy et al. (2004) Herpetologica 60 (1): 54-61 * Miles et al. More

Common names

florida scrub lizard in English - English

Order : Squamata
Family : Phrynosomatidae
Genus : Sceloporus
Species : Sceloporus woodi
Authority : Stejneger, 1918