It’s November, but still warm enough for anoles to be busy outside. I saw lots of them today, starting with this guy on the fence.

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This anole was unhappy with another anole approaching. You can just see the bit of tongue protrusion–an aggressive sign for anoles. The other anole was sufficiently impressed and ran away, so after a couple of minutes this one calmed down.

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Anole climbing upside down on the old fence.

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Anole on a pole leaning against the fence, with cypress vine curling around the pole.

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The anole appears interested in the cypress vine.

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Some anoles have reddish-orange heads–I like this coloring. This anole has a crest raised along its neck and back, presenting a display to impress other anoles in the area.

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Profile view of the red-headed anole.

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Anole watching me from the rim of one of the tomato pots.

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Closer look at the anole.

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And last for today is a sprig of rosemary, which is still growing in the herb pot.

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