Category Archives: Introduced Anoles

Another Anolis Sagrei Sighting in Savannah, Georgia

This past weekend, I came across one A. sagrei perched on a building in Savannah, Georgia.  It appears that this introduced lizard’s invasion is spreading north from Florida. Advertisements

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Orange Anolis in South Florida

New minor color variants appear every once in a while, but it’s always interesting to find something completely different.  This, to the best of my knowledge, is something completely different.  I’ve found a few of these guys running around, and … Continue reading

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Knight Anole Eats Basilisk

Even Neil Losin’s cellphone photos turn out spectacular!

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A Second Front in the Sagrei-Cristatellus Wars: Anolis Sagrei Arrives in Costa Rica

Anole Annals has previously reported on the ongoing interactions between A. cristatellus and A. sagrei in Miami (for example, here and cool video here), as well as the invasion of Costa Rica by A. cristatellus. Now the plot has thickened. In a 2009 paper … Continue reading

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Non-native Anoles on Canouan in the Grenadines

Any reason to think these anoles, which arrived on Canouan in a container, presumably from Florida, are anything other than Anolis carolinensis?

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Cristatellus or Sagrei?

Pop on over to Dust Tracks on the Web and help Janson decide if this majestic fellow is a sagrei or a cristatellus…or something else. And read some of his other recent posts on anole adventuring.

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Anolis Video from Day’s Edge

Another video about Anolis research from Day’s Edge Productions. Cool research! Great footage!

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