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Anolis Carolinensis Lizard Baby-TN Habitat by JeffeeArt4u

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Hatchling beside a blade of grass, you can see the size of the native green Anolis Carolinensis Lizard hatchling. Made a reflecting pond, or frog pond out of old fountain, and making another area more lizard friendly. Seeing these lizards in the back of the property more. Have enjoyed them for more than 20 years, but on a more close level, since documenting with photography. These native green anole are named after the Carolinas. I have had them close to the door, and end up in the house. I had seen a pregnant female, digging around in a flower pot, near my few tomato plants and herbs, planted in a planter on the padio. I took some pictures, and she kept coming back to the flower pot, which I thought she might have been laying an egg. She squat after digging around in it. A few weeks later seeing the hatchling. They feed on flies and nat, beetle, moth, and other flying insects, later eating young crickets and more. Beneficial Anolis Carolinensis Lizards to gardens… Female Anole lay an egg every week or so, rarely two…. I had never seen one lay an egg, but thought this was the time I caught one….takes 30 to 40 days for an egg to hatch, and a female can lay 25 to 30 eggs in a couple of years. Breeding season begin about April and lasts all Summer. I have seen more at different times, but I think the black snakes come by and probably get a few. Only other preditors are domestic cats and large hawks, and Praying Mantis. TN Smoky Mountains – Gourley Garden Habitat, in a mountain community, West Millers Cove that runs along with the Foothills Parkway, senic views. I enjoy the lizards and sharing what I have learned…My garden ajoining the GSMNP International Biosphere Reserve.. These lizards can be enjoyed outdoors, many loose their lives due to the lack of care from children in the pet trade….enjoy them outdoors…Native to the USA, seen as far west as TX and OK in tropical like places, maped as far north as TN. also same lizards seen in the Tropics and Subtropics…Sometimes called the American Chameleon Canon Sure Shot S31S….now have a new camera, this one quit after taking pictures too much in the rain.
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tn, smoky mountains, gourley garden, west millers cove, documentation anole hatchling, anole baby, anolis carolinensis hatchling, anole hatchling, lizard habitats

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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Comments

  • Anne Gitto
    Anne Gittoabout 4 years ago

    Great shot and info. : }.

  • sfloydevans
    sfloydevansabout 4 years ago

    These are some of my favorite subjects! What a great shot this is!
    Sheila

  • Glad you liked it, I will have to check out your gallery for Anole too.
    They are always a special treat to watch.

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • Saw your response to the Anolis Carolinensis when going back over some work….the hatchlings are so tiny, I am hoping to see more, I have another pond. Would like to put out a book about them. I will check your gallery and see your anole. These are the only native green Anole to the USA and Tropical and Tropical America. I always hope that people that read my documentations, will consider making a hapitat for them, just by adding more plants, rocks and ponds to their garden.

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • dgrizzle
    dgrizzleabout 3 years ago


    June 30, 2011

  • Thank you for the feature a few months ago, on the anole hatchling…I was glad to see it after making the back more lizard friendly.

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • swaby
    swabyabout 3 years ago

    Cute, cute, cute and a wonderful capture too, congratulations!

  • The little green hatchiling are always an excitement to see. I like photographing them, and making it more lizard friendly. Hope people consider making a habitat, for these, just by adding lots of plants, schrubs, rocks, and possibly a pond. I have a garden of trees, and the watergardening helped to bring them, I think. The only native green anole to the USA, All others are from different areas, or some introducte, or released pets, which you aren’t really supposed to do, but if they are native, I don’t think it would matter, if people wanted to add them, but I didn’t buy mine.

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELabout 3 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS on your lovely feature, great work.

  • Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos
    Konstantinos A...about 2 years ago


    13 August 2012 – 1 image per 24hrs

  • CBoyle
    CBoylealmost 2 years ago

    What a lovely little lizard. great shot :)

  • The hatchllings are pretty small of the Carolinensis Green Anolis. I am hoping to see hatchlings from all the pregnant and mating this year. The lizards started thriving after I got into watergardening designing my garden in the TN Smoky Mountains. Hope you enjoyed all the uploads of these lizards…Thanks Jeffee

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • Dean Cunningham
    Dean Cunninghamalmost 2 years ago

    wonderful, hes looking great – you have an awesome green lizard collection !

  • Appreciate that you think I have an awesom green lizard collection, so do you….I always love to see more if possible….I know nature takes it course and there are a few preditors out there. 3 I know of are probably the black snakes I have seen in the garden, hawks, domestic cats and Praying Mantis. Thanks for visiting my gallery collection, I have some new images, but haven’t been uploaded. Have a great day. Jeffee

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • ienemien
    ienemienabout 1 year ago

    Congratulations! Featured July 7, 2013

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  • Jo Nijenhuis
    Jo Nijenhuisabout 1 year ago

    Hi Jeffee,

    With the FEATURE in International Showcase!
    Excellent Work, very well done!
    Take care, Jo ;)

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