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RE: lacerta

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Posted by: Rob_H at Mon Sep 15 17:55:03 2003  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Rob_H ]  
   

Well I think the pics are almsot adequate to make a good guess, if you could just hepl me out. If the green one is uniformly green patterned on top then it will be a green lizard: Lacerta viridis ssp. If there is a brown blotched like 'stripe' running down the top of its back, then it will be a Lacerta viridis ssp. This is an assumption, but I think that lizard is far too large to be L. viridis. They will reach about 6-7 inches max generally. How large is yours? They both can be kept the same, so its not vital for the animlas well being you do not know for the moment, but better pics would be appreciated. Also, if the green lizard has any hint of bluish coloration on his throat, then they are certainly L. viridis.


   

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