The abronia graminea is a species of alligator lizards from South America that lives an arboreal life in the forests. They have a rough, green-color skin that helps them to camouflage. This reptile has abeen declared as endangered.
|Scientific Name||Abronia graminea|
|Distribution||In the Mexican states of Veracruz and Puebla|
|Habitat||In the forests in altitudes of 1300 – 2800 m above sea level|
|Diet||Primarily insects, but also smaller species of lizards|
|Mode of Reproduction||Viviparous|
|IUCN Conservation Status||Endangered|