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AGILIS
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Posted: 01 Jun 2008
WELL PLEASED SEE LOTS OF PM + THREE GREEN LIZARDS.TODAY has been agreat day or I should say 2 hours for the first time not knowing were to start as I see three male Pms chasing a fem within 5minutes of arriving then the biggest suprise and bonus I see three green lizards and managed a photo of it also see pair of pms mating I must say they were a bit lively for me to capture ,but I put my finger near a male that came up and sniffed attempted a bite then ran away .heres a few shots from todaykeith
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wolves121
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Posted: 01 Jun 2008
nice finds i went down to boscombe in march saw plenty of wall lizards but no greens may have been to early. marc
seen 328 british sp of birds an 6 sp of brtish reptiles
Peter
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Posted: 02 Jun 2008
Good work Keith, great pictures



AGILIS
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Posted: 04 Jun 2008
see another couple of greens today slightly smaller so they are breeding.  regards
to my third pic I not to sure as to what it is it certainly not a pm and was at least 10 inches long and didnt look like a male pm or like this pic of a mature male pm pm or  green lizardkeith AGILIS39604.4505324074
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David Bird
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Posted: 05 Jun 2008
If you mean the 3rd photograph on the right of the upper row with 2 white stripes it is an immature female Green lizard, if it is not this photo not sure which one that you mean as they look like Podarcis muralis except the ist phot on the 2nd row which is a male Gren Lizard
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AGILIS
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Posted: 07 Jun 2008
yes the third top row cheers David I suspected it might be But for the fact it was around 9 to 10 inches that made me think Regards keith
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