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Mating Colors
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Posted By: Mikesul, 11-27-2014, 06:32 AM

Male Ute lizard looking for a spouse.

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Looking for love in all the wrong places ?
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Looking for love in all the wrong places ?
Looks like it! There were no girl lizards to be seen.
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Male Ute lizard looking for a spouse.
You can tell by the colors!

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Male Ute lizard looking for a spouse.
Always next time and a Strange Lizard to what type of Gecko or Gaelea ? Differing to me. Cheers
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Looks like it! There were no girl lizards to be seen.
It's hard to see any lizards like this - based on this one, they have color that nicely matches their environment.
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It's hard to see any lizards like this - based on this one, they have color that nicely matches their environment.
Various subspecies exist all over the West West of the Rockies, even up into Washington state. They only look this bright in the spring when the girls are looking for a mate.
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