Desert Spiny Lizard

My non-expert identification of this: href="http://www.mister-toad.com/photos/lizard/lizardphotos.html">desert
spiny lizard, href="http://www.mister-toad.com/photos/lizard/Sceloporus_magister_15June05.jpg"
rel="tag">Sceloporus magister.



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