Category: Aspidoscelis sexlineatus

Aspidoscelis sexlineatus sexlineatus, 29 April 2013

Aspidoscelis sexlineatus sexlineatus, the Eastern six-lined racerunner; Hamilton county, Florida (29 April 2013). One more shot of this incredible racerunner. Not including the subspecies I used to see in Oklahoma, this is the boldest and brightest racerunner I’ve been able to photograph.  Learn more…

Aspidoscelis sexlineatus sexlineatus, 29 April 2013

Aspidoscelis sexlineatus sexlineatus, the Eastern six-lined racerunner; Hamilton county, Florida (29 April 2013). Racerunners are simply not easy to catch by hand. They earn their name well because, man, they are quick to race away. I’m grateful I was able to creep somewhat close to this…

Aspidoscelis sexlineatus sexlineatus, 29 April 2013

Aspidoscelis sexlineatus sexlineatus, the Eastern six-lined racerunner; Hamilton county, Florida (29 April 2013). With blue on my mind, here’s a freakishly bright Eastern six-lined racerunner. Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.

Aspidoscelis sexlineatus sexlineatus, 19 April 2006

Aspidoscelis sexlineatus sexlineatus, the Six-lined racerunner; Volusia county, Florida (19 April 2006). Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.