This insect (I don’t know what it is) sat on the outside of the sliding glass door for most of the morning. It looks big in these close-ups, but its body was actually only about 1/2 inch long. Here it’s a dark silhouette against the green of the grass.

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Brightened up, it looks like the rather creepy-looking insect is staring into the house.

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Tomato after the rain today.

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And a big male anole on the tomato cage.

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Closer look at the anole.

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Another male anole, this one with a dewlap injury. Instead of the full curve of a normal extended dewlap, his is only about half that size and comes to a point in front–maybe hurt in a fight.

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And then there were baby anoles out on the fence today. This little one is a very young male.

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Look at the big eyes on this little fellow.

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A female baby anole. She looks a bit bigger and older than the male.

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One more of the female baby, just before she jumped off the fence.

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Very dramatic young mockingbird with lots of speckles on its chest.

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