This was a first for me: an anole with an odd, tic-tac sized growth on its lower left jaw. Though it is difficult to see in the image, there appears to be a small hole or opening in the cyst-like growth, potentially where a little sarcophagid larva will emerge from. (I’m not sure of the identity of the parasite, if indeed that is what is causing the growth – more information on the topic can be found in an older Anole Annals post).
As for the identity of the anole itself, I managed to catch a nearby individual (lacking any cysts) that I believe is the same species. It had a beautiful yellow dewlap, leading me to believe they are Crested Anoles (Anolis cristatellus).