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Western Fence Lizard Photos
Western Fence Lizard
Also known as the Blue-Belly Lizard. Males have the iridescent blue markings along their sides and under chin. Most commonly seen sunning themselves out on rocks or along paths.
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-034 request pricing

Western Fence Lizard Images
Western Fence Lizard
Also known as the Blue-Belly Lizard. Males have the iridescent blue markings along their sides and under chin. Most commonly seen sunning themselves out on rocks or along paths.
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-035 request pricing

Stock photography of Western Fence Lizard
Western Fence Lizard
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-036 request pricing

Western Fence Lizard Pictures
Western Fence Lizard
Also known as the Blue-Belly Lizard. Males have the iridescent blue markings along their sides and under chin. Most commonly seen sunning themselves out on rocks or along paths.
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-037 request pricing

Stock photos of Western Fence Lizard
Western Fence Lizard
species: Sceloporus occidentalis
photo-id: REP-038 request pricing

Pictures of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-016 request pricing

Stock images of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Juveniles are 10 to 12 inches in length adults can be well over 50 inches.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-017 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Stock Photography
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-018 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Photos
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Also found on Santa Cruz and Santa Catalina Islands.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-019 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Images
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-020 request pricing

Stock photography of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-021 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Pictures
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-022 request pricing

Stock photos of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Juveniles are 10 to 12 inches in length adults can be well over 50 inches.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-023 request pricing

Pictures of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-024 request pricing

Stock images of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Also found on Santa Cruz and Santa Catalina Islands.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-025 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Stock Photography
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-026 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Photos
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-027 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Images
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-028 request pricing

Stock photography of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Juveniles are 10 to 12 inches in length adults can be well over 50 inches.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-029 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Pictures
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-030 request pricing

Stock photos of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Juveniles are 10 to 12 inches in length adults can be well over 50 inches.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-031 request pricing

Pictures of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Also found on Santa Cruz and Santa Catalina Islands.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-032 request pricing

Stock images of Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-001 request pricing Google Earth

Mojave Green Rattlesnake Stock Photography
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Can grow to over 4 feet in length.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-002 request pricing Google Earth

Mojave Rattlesnake Photos
Mojave Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-003 request pricing Google Earth

Mojave Green Rattlesnake Images
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Prefer open desert rather than rocky areas, often around bushes such as creosote.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-004 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photography of Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Rattlesnake
Can grow to over 4 feet in length.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-006 request pricing Google Earth

Mojave Rattlesnake Pictures
Mojave Rattlesnake
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-010 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-011 request pricing Google Earth

Pictures of Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-012 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-013 request pricing Google Earth

 
see also
| Borrego Desert | Desert Tortoise | Mojave Desert | Mojave Rattlesnake | Southern Pacific Rattlesnake | Speckled Rattlesnake |

species represented
Crotalus scutulatus, Crotalus viridis helleri, Sceloporus occidentalis

keywords
Blue Belly, Lizards, Snake, Snakes, Urban, Venomous, Wildlife

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