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|date of photo Apr 19, 2003
location Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, Andreas Canyon (Riverside County, California, US)habitat Riparian Scrub (rocky outcrop)notes Common on boulders in shaded riparian habitat. Males of the area are very colorful, underside of belly, throat and limbs entirely vivid blue. Measured SVL 95 mm (3¾ in.), TL 217 mm (8½ in.). Female examined exhibited pale-blue venter and measured SVL 100 mm (4 in.), TL 215 mm (8½ in.).photo category: Animal - Reptile
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