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Texas Lizards – Guide to the Most Common Species

The first app in our Texas Wildlife series

The first app in our Texas Wildlife series

Texas Lizards – Guide to the Most Common Species

by I.M.D. Publicacion C.A.
Texas Lizards – Guide to the Most Common Species
Texas Lizards – Guide to the Most Common Species
Texas Lizards – Guide to the Most Common Species

What is it about?

The first app in our Texas Wildlife series...

Texas Lizards – Guide to the Most Common Species

App Details

Version
1.0.0
Rating
NA
Size
37Mb
Genre
Reference Education
Last updated
October 24, 2016
Release date
October 24, 2016
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App Store Description

The first app in our Texas Wildlife series...

This app shows more than 60 lizard species found in Texas. For each animal there are two or more high-resolution pictures, a brief description, and a link to view the corresponding Wikipedia pages within the application window. All descriptive information is in English, the animal names are also shown in scientific (Latin) denomination and most of them in Spanish.

The app features a modern, intuitive interface with easy navigation and search facilities for finding an animal by its name or searching in the full text for features and characteristics.

If you're interested in Texas wildlife, don't miss this app which is equally suitable for iPhone and iPad.

These species are shown and described in this app, if you already know what you are looking for and do not find it in the list below, don't download this app:

• Anole, Cuban Brown
• Anole, Green
• Gecko, Common House
• Gecko, Mediterranean House
• Gecko, Reticulated
• Gecko, Rough-tailed
• Gecko, Texas Banded
• Iguana, Green
• Iguana, Mexican Spinytail
• Lizard, Big Bend Canyon
• Lizard, Big Bend Tree
• Lizard, Blue Spiny
• Lizard, Canyon
• Lizard, Common Sagebrush
• Lizard, Common Side-blotched
• Lizard, Crevice Spiny
• Lizard, Desert Spiny
• Lizard, Dunes Sagebrush
• Lizard, Eastern Earless
• Lizard, Eeastern Collared
• Lizard, Greater Earless
• Lizard, Keeled Earless
• Lizard, Long-nosed Leopard
• Lizard, Mesquite
• Lizard, Northern Fence
• Lizard, Northern Prairie
• Lizard, Prairie Earless
• Lizard, Presidio Canyon
• Lizard, Pygmy Short-horne
• Lizard, Reticulated Collared
• Lizard, Rosebelly
• Lizard, Roundtail Horned
• Lizard, Southern Earless
• Lizard, Southern Prairie
• Lizard, Speckled Earless
• Lizard, Spot-Tailed Earless
• Lizard, Texas Alligator
• Lizard, Texas Horned
• Lizard, Texas Spiny
• Lizard, Texas Tree
• Lizard, Western Slender Glass
• Racerunner, Eastern Six-lined
• Racerunner, Prairie
• Skink, Broadhead
• Skink, Five-lined
• Skink, Four-lined
• Skink, Gound
• Skink, Great Plains
• Skink, Short-Lined
• Skink, Southern Coal
• Skink, Southern Prairie
• Skink, Variable
• Whiptail, Checkered
• Whiptail, Chihuahuan Spotted
• Whiptail, Desert Grassland
• Whiptail, Gray Checkered
• Whiptail, Laredo Striped
• Whiptail, Marbled
• Whiptail, New Mexico
• Whiptail, Plateau Spotted
• Whiptail, Texas Spotted
• Whiptail, Trans-Pecos Striped

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