Texas Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum) near Hillsboro, New Mexico. The easiest means of identification of these lizards are the two long horns, a double row of fringe scales on each side, and a prominent white mid-dorsal stripe that runs from the base of the head to the tail. Photo taken 8/25/07.
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