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|date of photo unknown
location not providedCalAcademy slide # T 45101photo category: Animal - Reptile
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS ANIMAL
Texas Horned Lizard, Lagartija-cornuda Texana (ITIS )
View The Reptile Database record for Phrynosoma cornutumView Encyclopedia of Life record for Phrynosoma cornutumView all photos in CalPhotos of Phrynosoma cornutum Check Google Images for Phrynosoma cornutum |
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|1. ||Reviewed by Joe Newsome Jul 11, 2001|
|Action: changed name from "Phrynosoma mccalli" to "Phrynosoma cornutum
| ||"Not a Flat-tailed horned lizard. This is a Texas Horned lizard. Distinguished by the white, rather than black, dorsal stripe, stripes radiating out from the eye, head spine shapes, and lack of a flat tail.|
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