Carolina anoles are a small lizard and plentiful in Florida.
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Male anoles often have a skin ridge along their backs.
The pattern on the back indicatess this is probably a female.
The red dewlap is prominently displayed by the anole on the right.
Two anoles mating while a second male at the top is out of luck.
This anole just snagged a fly in its mouth and was watching me as I stopped to photograph it.
Apparently they also eat dragonflies.
I didn't stay to see if it also ate the wings.
Striking a balancing pose at the end of a stick.
The chain link fence is a jungle-gym to this anole.
An unusual pose for an anole.
This is a very young and very, very tiny anole. It is perched on the same chain-link face as the anole in the prior photo.
This anole is attached to a car half-way up the door.
This anole climbed to the second floor to visit me.
A leaf-peeping anole.
An anole who is wondering what I am doing.
All photos © S. M. Garver