The greater earless lizard is a species of earless lizard endemic to the southwestern United States. It is called "greater" because it grows larger than the earless lizards of the genus ''Holbrookia'', to which it is closely related. While ''C. texanus'' is the only species within its genus, it does have two subspecies.
Similar species: Scaled Reptiles
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Note: please also set the country on photos, using the "set country" button. I've done it for you for this photo already. Posted 7 years ago
This image did not set first species in country.
Steve Posted 7 years ago
Therefore, it is also not a country intro. Sorry for the confusion! Posted 7 years ago