fence lizard


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spiny lizard often seen basking on fences in the United States and northern Mexico

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Northern fence lizards are native to New York, but occur only in a few isolated colonies in the southeastern part of the state.
Borreliacidal factor in the blood of the western fence lizard.
I conclude that the impact of the western fence lizard on the meadow food chains varies considerably over small spatial scales, as a result of the lizard's restriction to a central place.
The Western fence lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis) can distinguish between potential predators using visual cues about size and movement patterns (Fitch 1940, Fine 1999).
A shock of blue across its neck hinted that the reptile might be a subspecies of fence lizard.
The northern fence lizard has strongly keeled scales that give it a dull, spiny appearance.
Sceloporus occidentalis: preferred body temperature of the western fence lizard.
In the Western fence lizard, for example, this "eye' is a yellow-white spot that sits in a 1-millimeter opening between the skull bones on the top of the head.
The sympatric Western Fence Lizard, Sceloporus occidentalis actually eats Argentine Ants (Foster, et al.
Here, I report on an observation of short-term freezing survival in the eastern fence lizard Sceloporus undulatus, which is common and widespread throughout much of the southern and eastern United States.
Home range in the western fence lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis occidentalis).
Experimental work with the eastern fence lizard Sceloporus undulatus and U.