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Old Jun 25, 2007, 1:35 PM   #11
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Old Jun 25, 2007, 6:01 PM   #12
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beautiful colors on that lizard. what type is it? any idea?

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It is a Collard Lizard -- assuming it was taken in Kansas, it would be an Eastern Collared Lizard.
Thanks everyone for commenting. Penolta thanks for letting us know what kind of lizard this is. I had no idea....and yes it was taken in Southeast Kansas.
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Old Jun 25, 2007, 6:03 PM   #13
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Equally good and would have been excellent if the focus had been on the eye. The background is magnificient and the lizard is like on a long march to itsdreamed destination.
I like this one too......I think he was "on his way" when I took this, not wanting to hang out with me any longer.
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He's a beauty and I'm glad you showed him!

<<<Unfortunately, I only had a smaller lens on the camera at the moment...so this is the best I could do.>>>

Isn't that the DSLR life and a good reason to carry two bodies. Oh, the expense! I really want a lightweight very high quality inexpensive 5 - 500 mm image stabilized f1.8 lens but haven't found it yet (and of course, never will.)
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He's a beauty and I'm glad you showed him!

<<<Unfortunately, I only had a smaller lens on the camera at the moment...so this is the best I could do.>>>

Isn't that the DSLR life and a good reason to carry two bodies. Oh, the expense! I really want a lightweight very high quality inexpensive 5 - 500 mm image stabilized f1.8 lens but haven't found it yet (and of course, never will.)
Thanks JDar.......and yes I'd love to have two bodies, but just recently sunk my $$ into a new laptop. Will have to wait to get another body for another time.:|
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Nice capture Mandy, I haven't seen one of them before. You dond did gooood.


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Old Jun 26, 2007, 6:09 PM   #17
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Nice capture Mandy, I haven't seen one of them before. You dond did gooood.


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Thanks Roger.......he was just a small thing, but posed real nice for me. :G

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