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At maturity the Green Ameiva reaches between 38.1 and 50.8 centimeters (15 and 20 inches) in length. The Green Ameiva is quite attractive and has a mottled appearance to its color pattern. The anterior background color is usually dark green, but varies from green to blackish. Posteriorly, the lizard is brown. It typically has white vertical bands along the sides, though coloration and patterns are variable within the species. In some populations, the vertical bands are comprised of yellowish spots. Ameivas have strong legs and long claws that aid them in digging and climbing. Like most ameivas and whiptail lizards, the Green Ameiva has a characteristic pointed snout, a very long tail, and large smooth rectangular scales on its belly.

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