Goodbye Lizard Year

According to the Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, today is the end day of the Year of Lizard (2012) and the arrival tomorrow of 2013 marks the beginning of the Year of the Snake.

On the lizard’s year, the anoles were present in the poster (with Anolis grahami) and the november month on the Monthly Calendar (with Anolis phyllorhinus). Maybe for next calendar will be present Anolis pseudoophiosaurus.

4 thoughts on “Goodbye Lizard Year

  1. Disappointing that this doesn’t recognize our knowledge squamate phylogeny – ‘year of the lizard’ implicitly includes snakes!

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