A recently hatched Carolina Anole spent some time watching the world from a Mandevilla plant on my patio a few days ago.
You might wonder how he got in there, I sure did. He didn’t weigh much but these petals are quite delicate.
I suspect he climbed out the stem then jumped/fell into the center. A wider view shows how tiny the Anole was. The blossom was about four inches (10 cm) across.
Credit to Ted for spotting this little fellow.
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👏👏, great shots.
Super shots, Ellen. Great spot, Ted.
Thanks, Jane. It’s fun to have some action in our own yard.
What great and colorful closeups of this anole (which is one species we share).
Thanks, Steve. I didn’t realize they were that far west. They are entertaining on the patio, and eat a few bugs, too.
Love these, Ellen, so cute!!
Thank you, Peter!
He couldn’t find a more beautiful hide than this one 🙂
It definitely was the pick of the garden, Rudi!