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Anolis Carolinensis Lizards-Do You Have any in TN? by JeffeeArt4u

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Small arboreal tropical American insectivorous lizards with the ability to change skin color in a matter of seconds. They are sometimes called the American chameleon. They are hard to detect because they blend with the colors around them. Color change is influenced by temperature, light and emotion. The inhibit tropical and sub-tropical America.
Gourley Garden in the Smoky Mountains of TN.
The great Smoky Mountains are designated a tropical forest in places, and an international Bio-sphere Reserve. Land ajoins the Foothills Parkway in the Smokies. It is possible to get Anole eggs in with tropical plants from nurseries.
I don’t think that is what happened here…but would be interested to know if anybody else in TN has watergardens as I do, and have plenty of Anole Lizards. I declared it a habitat for them.

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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  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyeralmost 4 years ago

    Lovely capture !

    23 January 2011 … one image a day

  • E.E. Jacks
    E.E. Jacksalmost 4 years ago

    What a darling. I love it.

  • Glad you liked the image of the Anolis Carolinensis in the Azalea Bushes next to my porch. I have a lot of fun photographing them in the garden, and look for them every day, on my photography walks. I dedicated a site to the Anole Lizards at Pbase.comLizardLady. I have learned a lot more about them, researching information for my photography as well here at others can learn as well.

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • BonnieWoodson
    BonnieWoodsonover 2 years ago

    Great shot, fantastic detail on this! I love the green anole! We are seeing less of them in FL, such a shame :(

  • I have talked with another from Florida, and research on the internet tells me about the lizard problem. I started seeing the Anolis Carolinensis in my garden in TN after getting into watergardening, and I have a lot of rocks in the landscape, they love the small trees and schrubs too. I am glad they thrive in my garden in the Smoky Mountains….They are fun to photo, There are 2 galleries full of images, if you didn’t see them. Thanks for visiting my gallery at RB. Jeffee

    – JeffeeArt4u

  • Hope you are seeing a comeback of the Anolis Carolinensis in Florida. I feel fortunate to have them all the way up here in Tennessee, which is about as far north they are mapped on the internet. I think snakes come thru and get some of mine. I have seen hawks watching, and cats will eat them, and praying mantis, which I have moved a couple from near the hatchings area….I don’t have cat, did see it get them when I did…. but other cats come around

    – JeffeeArt4u

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