So I’ve found a few reptiles and inverts already. I’m going to HERPS Conroe this weekend.
Reptiles and inverts I’ve found in blanco county, Texas
I have no idea what these lizards are And hopefully all 7 of the photos are on this
I have more pictures of the striped bark scorpion.
These are common spotted whiptail lizards
I’ve got 2 more pictures which are screenshots.THAT I TOOK.
Pretty lizards! I’m jealous, it’s still dropping down to high Thirties at night here. Time for the wood turtles to start moving, perhaps, but little else. There are vernal pools all around my new home, can’t wait for all the frogs to start chorusing!
I just figured that lizards name out. A Greater Earless Lizard (Cophosaurus Texanus).
Zebra tail lizards! Those are definitely one of my favorite natives here
Looks like a Six-lined racerunner to me!
That looks to be a bark scorpion! Not 100% sure, but that would be my best guess.
Not sure what this lizard is, though. I can’t really tell the difference between shadow and lizard. Looks big!
Yep I checked it is a bark scorpion. Specifically the striped bark scorpion.
I would also like to say that I do not live in Texas I live in a colder place.
Found another bark scorpion.even though I didn’t find it someone else did while I was road herping.
Just got done at HERPS Conroe
Here’s what I got
Pictures I took there
Sweet, happy to see you had a fun time!
It was a great show, sadly I didn’t get any live animals.
I just realized that the stick I got might not fit in the enclosure, probably will fit anyway if I try hard enough
Also remember you can cut and sand it smooth if you need it smaller.
Oh ya forgot about that. Thank God I’m in shop class in my school