The turtles, snakes, frogs and other reptiles and amphibians of New England and the north/Lizards
Length, ten inches; dark olive or reddish-brown, with five yellow stripes; tail, bright blue, white underneath.
2. Six-striped Lizard. Cnemidophorus sexlineatus.
Length, eight inches; brown, with three yellow and black lines on each side.
3. Glass Snake. Ophisaurus ventralis.
Length, twenty-five inches; greenish-brown, sides yellowish; no legs; tail very fragile.
4. Common Lizard. Swift. Sceloporus unduiatus.
Length, seven inches; green or bronze, with black bands above; throat and belly, blue and black.
All are rare in New England, but found in the West and South.