Western Fence Lizard by Christian Rodriguez

I am a Western Fence Lizard. My scientific name is Sceloporus Occidentalis. I eat and get my energy from beetles, flies, caterpillars, ants, and spiders. My predators are birds and some mammals, such as Shrews. Shrews are mouse like creatures.

This is what he eats.
These are the fence Lizards predators.
  • Other Facts:
  • spiny scales on posterior of thighs
  • Blue patches on throat and stomach
  • color more vivid on males
  • female lays eggs, April-July, 3-17 eggs
  • takes two months for eggs to hatch
  • There blood kills Lyme disease
These are pictures of the blue belly, his spiny scales, and his habitat.
Created By
Christian Rodriguez


Created with images by skeeze - "western fence lizard reptile rock" • PsJeremy - "Could this be Paul, Ringo, George or John? or just a beetle" • Fyn Kynd Photography - "caterpiller" • Jarosław Pocztarski - "Pająk - Spider" • davidshort - "Ant (NH266)" • steve p2008 - "fly" • Kapa65 - "elephant shrews tree shrews african mouse" • Phil Fiddyment - "Birds" • skeeze - "raven blackbird corvus" • jkirkhart35 - "Western Fence Lizard (Sceloporus occidentalis)" • Just chaos - "Western Fence Lizard" • benet2006 - "Lizard, near Mirror Lake, Yosemite National Park"

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