Field notes and photography by Bryan D. Hughes

Tough ID in the Huachuca Mountains

… from a trip with Kris late in 2007.

We were making our way down steep talus on the East end of the Huachuca mountains looking for C. lepidus when Kris saw something blue/black in a rock. It was too far to see in detail. The best I could do was take a zoomed photo and hope it worked out later. Click to make it big.

Finally this morning, when cleaning out some old photos, a Yarrow’s Spiny Lizard (Sceloporus jarrovi) appeared after some adjustments in photoshop. Nothing crazy, but it was driving me nuts.

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