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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_fence_lizard

Although California is the heart of the range of this lizard, it is ... The western fence lizard occupies a variety of habitats.

www.cuteness.com/article/care-blue-belly-lizard

Blue belly lizards are rather easy to maintain, given their small size and hardy nature. If you provide them with a suitable habitat, the right heating and lighting, ...

animals.mom.me/blue-belly-lizards-need-survive-8316.html

Blue belly lizards eat bugs of all kinds and will catch them on their own in the wild . Small lizards ... A blue belly in captivity needs much the same diet. Many of ...

www.friendsofedgewood.org/western-fence-lizard

Western Fence Lizards wrestle for possession of juicy caterpillar. Western Fence ... Habitat: Found in coniferous forests, oak woodland chaparral, and grassland.

www.dangerrangerbear.com/blue-belly-lizard

Nov 5, 2014 ... The Blue Belly Lizard is one of the most common lizards found in ... may detach his tail which will convulse to act as a distraction to predators.

www.burkemuseum.org/blog/western-fence-lizard

Oct 22, 2015 ... Cool Biology Facts. A protein in the western fence lizard's blood can kill the bacterium that causes Lyme disease, the most common tick-carried ...

www.strangebio.com/post/62481931788/fun-facts-about-the-blue-belly-or-western-fence

Fun facts about the Blue Belly, or Western Fence Lizard: • If one sees you, he will start doing pushups to prove that he's a big lizard and not to be trifled with.

localwiki.org/davis/Western_Fence_Lizards

Often called "blue bellied lizards" the Western Fence Lizard can be found ... They are very bold and fun to watch in their own habitat, no need to capture, strangle ...

www.laspilitas.com/reptiles_and_Amphibians/Lizards/Western_Fence_Lizard/Western_Fence_Lizards.htm

The Western Fence Lizard likes boulders or logs to sun bathe on. They also use these to hide under when predators get to close. They also crawl around in oaks  ...

www.sacsplash.org/post/mr-wizard-western-fence-lizard

They try to hide from predators such as hawks and other birds, foxes, raccoons, and snakes. However, if a predator grabs a Western Fence Lizard by its tail, the ...