Abronia graminea, commonly known as Mexican Alligator Lizard, is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard
Latin name: Abronia graminea
Native Home: The Abronia Lizard is endemic to the highlands of the states of Veracruz and adjacent Puebla, Mexico.
Size: The Abronia Lizard is approximately 12 inches long nose to tail tip, almost 50% of their length is tail.
Diet: Abronia Lizards eat a wide variety of insects and other arthropods in the wild – in captivity, they thrive off of crickets, phoenix worms, horn worms, and other live feeder insects.
Reproduction: Abronia Lizards are also viviparous, giving birth to 4-14 live young once a year or so.
Lifespan: Abronia Lizards Can live 10 -15 years in captivity.