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Abronia Graminea

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.



    Kingdom Animalia
    Phylum Chordata
    Class Reptilia
    Order Squamata
    Family Anguidae
    Genus Abronia
    Species A. graminea
    Scientific Name Abronia graminea


    Length 16 cm
    Coloration Green
    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

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    Published on September 17th 2017 by under Lizards. Article was last reviewed on 4th September 2017.

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