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Many Jeweled Lacertas can reach two feet (80 centimeters) in length, and they have stocky body types. Their necks are well defined, and their heads are triangular in shape. The toes and nails of Jeweled Lacertas tend to be long, and can aid in burrowing. Their tails are also long and do not regenerate well, if at all, so care should be taken not to break these appendages. Male Jeweled Lacertas often have heavier jowls than females. Their heads and femoral pores are also broader than those of females. In color, the lovely Jeweled Lacerta is a brilliant green. Iridescent spots, much like those seen at the tops of peacock feathers, adorn their sides.

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