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Cuban Anole To Identify

Discussion in 'Anoles' started by pilonm, Aug 23, 2018.

  1. pilonm

    pilonm New Member

    Hello all,

    I photographed the following Anole in Cuba (Cayo Guillermo) in April.

    I think they are all representing the same species.

    Is is possible to identify it?

    Thanks,

    Michel
    Quebec, Canada
    Michel Pilon - Parcours Nature - Home | Facebook

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  2. Lori68

    Lori68 Established Member

    These are really beautiful pictures, you are very talented with the camera. Unfortunately I suck pretty bad at lizard id. Anoles I know very little of but some googling on my part makes me think its a bark anole? I'm probably wrong since again...I suck at lizard identification. I'm commenting mostly on offering my compliments on being able to capture some really good pics of this species of lizard
     
  3. pilonm

    pilonm New Member

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  4. Lori68

    Lori68 Established Member

    Its been a while since I've been on herp center forum so I'm still in the getting to know everyone again stage, so I'm sorry I can't help you out with thinking of anyone that can be of better service to you for id. Lol I didn't think I was correct because first, I don't know much about anoles to begin with and second, I suck really bad at playing the id this lizard game :p
     
  5. Qwerty3159

    Qwerty3159 Elite Member

    Those are all sagrei, great pictures too!
     
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  6. Darkbird

    Darkbird Moderator Staff Member

    I'm in the same boat as Lori68 on giving an ID, never worked with anoles enough to have a clue, lol. I will also say those are some really good shots, every time I see stuff like this I think how much I want a better camera.
     
  7. pilonm

    pilonm New Member

    Thanks all for your help and appreciation :)

    Cheers,

    Michel
     

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