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Spiny Lizard Crevice basic information

Crevice Spiny Lizards generally grow to lengths between 5 and 11.5 inches. Their necks feature dark collars bordered by lighter coloration, while the predominant color of the Crevice Spiny is reddish to greenish gray shade. Usually, their long tails are banded. Females and immature lizards usually have darker stripes crossing their backs, and some have slender mid-dorsal lines. Males do not have these dorsal stripes, but rather have blue patches on their throats and on either side of their bellies. The large scales of Crevice Spiny Lizards give the animals their names, since they appear to be spiny. The scales of Crevice Spiny Lizards often have a much rougher appearance than those of other lizards of their genus.


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