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Need help identifying this lizard...

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Posted by: andersonle at Sat Jul 11 09:53:16 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by andersonle ]  
   

I found this little lizard in a pet store in New Bern, NC. It was labeled as a "Fire Swift". I've never heard of that and apparently neither has the internet.. either way, I bought it but when I tried to do some research on the internet for the lizard, I found nothing under the name Fire Swift... It has black and white stripes on its face, green back legs, reddish belly and tail, faint yellow spots down side, raised scales, and spines from its neck to tail. This lizard likes to bury its head in the sand a lot and is very fast too. It looks like a spiny lizard with different coloration. It's about 5 inches head to tail. Loves mealworms and will eat crickets. I'll post a picture as soon as I can. If anyone has any ideas, let me know! Thank you!!


   

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