A large, reddish whiptail in southeastern Arizona. Unlike most whiptails, they are sexually
dimorphic: females and young males are striped, with indistinct spotting; adult males are
prominently spotted, without distinct stripes.
A subadult or female in the Atascosa Mountains, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, 7 Aug 2005.
A juvenile in the Santa Rita Mountains, Santa Cruz County, Arizona, 26 Apr 2008.
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