Phrynosomatidae

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The Phrynosomatidae are a diverse family of lizards, sometimes classified as a subfamily (Phrynosomatinae), found from Panama to the extreme south of Canada.wikipedia
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Zebra-tailed lizard

Callisaurus draconoidesCallisaurusCallisaurus draconoides bogerti
The zebra-tailed lizard (Callisaurus draconoides) is a species of phrynosomatid lizard endemic to the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico.

Lizard

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The Phrynosomatidae are a diverse family of lizards, sometimes classified as a subfamily (Phrynosomatinae), found from Panama to the extreme south of Canada.

Holbrookia

Holbrookia is a genus of earless lizards, known commonly as the lesser earless lizards, in the family Phrynosomatidae.

Horned lizard

Phrynosomahorned toadHorned lizards
Horned lizards (Phrynosoma), also known as horny toads or horntoads, are a genus of North American lizards and the type genus of the family Phrynosomatidae.

California rock lizard

Petrosaurus
The California rock lizards are a genus (Petrosaurus) of New World lizards in the family Phrynosomatidae.

Fringe-toed lizard

UmaUma'' (genus)
Fringe-toed lizards are lizards of the genus Uma in the family Phrynosomatidae, native to deserts of North America.

Spiny lizard

Sceloporusbunchgrass lizardfence lizard
Many members of the group are adapted to life in hot, sandy deserts, although the spiny lizards prefer rocky deserts or even relatively moist forest edges, and the short-horned lizard lives in prairie or sagebrush environments.
Spiny lizards is a common name for the genus Sceloporus in the family Phrynosomatidae.

Urosaurus

treetree lizardUrosaurus bicarinatus nelsoni
Urosaurus is a genus of lizards, commonly known as tree lizards or brush lizards, belonging to the New World family Phrynosomatidae.

Desert horned lizard

Phrynosoma platyrhinosbrown-spotted horned toadhorny toad
The desert horned lizard (Phrynosoma platyrhinos) is a species of phrynosomatid lizard native to western North America.

Desertiguana

Desertiguana is an extinct genus of lizard in the family Phrynosomatidae.

Panama

PanamáRepublic of PanamaPAN
The Phrynosomatidae are a diverse family of lizards, sometimes classified as a subfamily (Phrynosomatinae), found from Panama to the extreme south of Canada.

Canada

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The Phrynosomatidae are a diverse family of lizards, sometimes classified as a subfamily (Phrynosomatinae), found from Panama to the extreme south of Canada.

Desert

desertsaridhigh desert
Many members of the group are adapted to life in hot, sandy deserts, although the spiny lizards prefer rocky deserts or even relatively moist forest edges, and the short-horned lizard lives in prairie or sagebrush environments.

Forest

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Many members of the group are adapted to life in hot, sandy deserts, although the spiny lizards prefer rocky deserts or even relatively moist forest edges, and the short-horned lizard lives in prairie or sagebrush environments.

Greater short-horned lizard

short-horned lizardmountain short-horned lizardPhrynosoma hernandesi
Many members of the group are adapted to life in hot, sandy deserts, although the spiny lizards prefer rocky deserts or even relatively moist forest edges, and the short-horned lizard lives in prairie or sagebrush environments.

Prairie

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Many members of the group are adapted to life in hot, sandy deserts, although the spiny lizards prefer rocky deserts or even relatively moist forest edges, and the short-horned lizard lives in prairie or sagebrush environments.

Artemisia tridentata

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Many members of the group are adapted to life in hot, sandy deserts, although the spiny lizards prefer rocky deserts or even relatively moist forest edges, and the short-horned lizard lives in prairie or sagebrush environments.

Viviparity

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The group includes both egg-laying and viviparous species, with the latter being more common in species living at high elevations.