RF2BBJRBT–Anolis carolinensis, an arboreal anole lizard native to the southeastern United States (west to Texas) and introduced elsewhere. Other common names include the green anole, American green anole, American anole, and red-throated anole and American chameleon, Vinales, Pinar del Rio Province, Cuba
RMM8Y1XG–The common monkey lizard (Polychrus marmoratus) from the Peruvian jungle.
RMCTHHKH–A green anole is an arboreal lizard located on the island of Kauai, Hawaii, USA.
RF2F74GC8–Salvadori's monitor (Varanus salvadorii) is one of the longest lizards in the world It is an arboreal lizard with a dark green body marked with bands
RMP2PFTD–France, French Guiana, Kourou, Camp Canopee, Uracentron azureum is a rather squat arboreal lizard, with thorny tail, feeding on small spiders, ants and termites
RF2BHGTAP–Single Madagascar Giant Day Gecko - latin Phelsuma grandis - diurnal arboreal lizard natively inhabiting tropical forest of Madagascar, in zoo
RMJ4536R–photo of a Horned flying lizard on a tree with a green background
RFCPBK59–Lizard (Potamites sp., family Gymnophthalmidae) resting in an understory shrub in the rainforest at night, Ecuador
RFT4H16N–A male green anole lizard (anolis carolinensis) with pink throat fan displayed.
RMHT5N3F–The Canopy Lizard or Berthold's Bush Anole, Polychrus gutturosus, is an arboreal lizard found throughout Central America from Honduras down to Ecuador
RF2HD5MPC–Boyds Forest Dragon
RMJJXY4M–Indian Garden Lizard, Oriental Garden Lizard, Eastern Garden Lizard or Changeable Lizard , (Calotes versicolor), Keoladeo Ghana National Park, India