Identification Resources

Identification

Easily confused with Anolis porcatus, the Cuban anole, which has recently been introduced to Florida. The Cuban anole is also green (or brown), but unlike carolinensis, frequently will be specked with some white isolated scales around the neck and/or body. Females and some males have a light middorsal stripe bordered by darker pigment.


References

Schettino, Lourdes Rodriguez. 1999. The Iguanid Lizards of Cuba. University Press of Florida, Gainesville 428 pp.

Schwartz, A and Henderson, R W. 1991. Amphibians and reptiles of the West Indies: descriptions, distributions, and natural history. University of Florida Press, Gainesville 720 pp.

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