Size: up to 76 mm SVL, 216 TL, Males are much larger than females. This lizard has a long slender head that is more pronounced in males. As with most of Cayman’s lizards, little is known about its biology, but the unusually long pincer-shaped snout suggests a unique feeding adaptation. The colour is capable of changing from bright yellowish-green to turquoise-blue, gray and occasionally tan and the throat fan is pale green. Along the jaw one can see a light stripe. This is an endemic species – found only on Little Cayman and nowhere else in the world. When it is excited or stressed, it can develop pale blue longitudinal lines from head to tail. Rarely descending from the treetops, it escapes by climbing to the upper portions of trees and buildings. Closely related to and probably evolved from a Cuban species.