Anolis gingivinus on Pic Paradis

While Anolis gingivinus is considerably more common than Anolis pogus in the lowland areas of St. Martin, it is also present in smaller numbers even at the summit of Pic Paradis, the island’s highest point. Unlike Anolis pogus there is not much difference in the markings and coloration of these lizards, although they do seem to be more likely to stay on the ground than their lowland brothers.

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