Anole Lizard Male and Bobbing by JeffeeArt4u

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Anole Lizard males display their dewlaps during mating rituals and territory disputes. Mating season is from about April til November. Females lay one egg a week apart. . Bobbing up and down motions, they both do during courtship rutuals. Males can support 5 females. I read about an experiement that was done where a movie was projected on a wall for Anole to see and they bobbed up and down until tiring out. They are also one of the most studied lizards. ……………
Gourley Garden Anole Lizard Habitat in TN.
The Azalea bush behind for color same as his strawberry colored dewlap. At our home near the Foothills Parkway. Most hatchlings are seen and others together is a great experience, during the late Summer and Fall.
Featured in National Parks and Wildlife Habitat, May 2010.
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Would like a garden book published of all my garden images and documentations about my work. I need to publish Bible Books-sample See"Vine and Branches" Also Garden work.Available to Publish, just for free marketing, information to help magazines, and people. “Smoky Mountains, Gourley Garden, Lizards, Art” written information that you find here. Copy to my address. My garden ajoins the Foothills Parkway land of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Internatonal Biosphere Reserve
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  • Meagan93
    Meagan93over 4 years ago

    He’s beautiful, great shot!

  • Dean Cunningham
    Dean Cunninghamabout 2 years ago

    hes amazing – wonderful pic !

  • I am always glad to see the Lizards, and have been taking pictures of mating Anolis Carolinensis….hope the larger Red Headed Lizard, Skink, don’t eat the hatchlings…just wondered if they do. Probably the snakes do and I know cats and large birds do, and Praying Mantis. I just let nature take its course, but have relocated a Praying Mantis a couple of times…but just let the lizards go where they want. The Red headed lizards can get up to 2 feet long, but most of the ones I see are a foot long or smaller. ……Just thought I would touch base….are you still seeing some lizards, or what are you photographing?

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBover 1 year ago

    June 8, 2013

    Beautiful work!

  • EdsMum
    EdsMumover 1 year ago

    Congratulations – 31st July, 2013 – Shirley, Jean & Rene

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