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Sand Lizard Identification and Sightings

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Hello,

Spring sprung?

Had first Sand Lizard of year today in bright sun but rather chill easterly wind.

I think a large adult male, no colour but big head! Took a short vid and will try and post a still.

Had first common lizard yesterday.

Better get those surveying shorts out of the wardrobe!

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Surveying shorts but maybe tights underneath.....?
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Saw the first Sandy of the year on Merseyside today - an adult male. Unfortunately, he was too nervous for any photos.

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As promised pics of early L. agilis

Adult individual seen on 9th and imm was seen on 21st, I was surprised quite how small he/she was only about 3" in total I assume a late hatcher? (I've had to compress them a bit for web page but hopefully still clear)

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