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Anadia ocellata, commonly known as the bromeliad lizard or lagartija de las bromelias in Spanish, is a species of lizard endemic to the Americas.
Anadia ocellata Wikipedia
A. ocellata is a small and slender lizard. Its body is cylindrical with a long tail that is very sensitive and quickly subject to autotomy when in danger or when manipulated inadequately.
A. ocellata is distributed from Costa Rica to Ecuador.
A. ocellata is rather unusual for a lizard in that it has frequently been found in, or close to, bromeliads. Thus its habits are considered arboreal, which would account for its scarceness.