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Lizards of the Southwestern USA Poster Print

The Mojave, Sonoran, and Chihuahuan deserts make up most of the land area in the southwestern United States. In these arid regions many different species of lizard live and thrive in the harsh environment, including one of only two types of venomous lizard - the Gila Monster. The species included: COASTAL HORNED LIZARD Phrynosoma coronatumCOMMON CHUCKWALLA Sauromalus ater • COMMON SIDE-BLOTCHED LIZARD Uta stansburianaDESERT HORNED LIZARD Phrynosoma platyrhinosDESERT IGUANA Dipsosaurus dorsalisDESERT SPINY LIZARD Sceloporus magisterEASTERN COLLARED LIZARD Crotaphytus collarisGILA MONSTER Heloderma suspectumGREAT BASIN COLLARED LIZARD Crotaphytus bicinctoresGREATER SHORT-HORNED LIZARD Phrynosoma hernandesiLONG-NOSED LEOPARD LIZARD Gambelia wislizeniiMOJAVE FRILL-TOED LIZARD Uma scopariaNORTHERN SAGEBRUSH LIZARD Sceloporus graciosus graciosusORNATE TREE LIZARD Urosaurus ornatusSOUTHERN ALLIGATOR LIZARD Elgaria multicarinataTEXAS HORNED LIZARD Phrynosoma cornutumWESTERN BANDED GECKO Coleonyx variegatusWESTERN FENCE LIZARD Sceloporus occidentalisWESTERN SKINK Plestiodon skiltonianusWESTERN WHIPTAIL Cnemidophorus tigrisZEBRA-TAILED LIZARD Callisaurus draconoides FREE SHIPPING IN THE US