We found this little dude sitting in a wash where I frequently look for Black-Tailed Rattlesnakes (we found one of those too).
It’s a greater short-horned lizard, Phrynosoma hernandesi.
Tags: Greater Short-Horned Lizard, phrynosoma hernandesi
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I love horned lizards! How long was this little tyke? He sure blends nicely w/ the surroundings. Great pic… always!
He’s awesome! I love these guys also- don’t see them too often, but always pretty pumped when I do!
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