Anolis grahami, also called Graham's anole or Jamaican anole, is a species of Anolis lizard originally endemic to the island of Jamaica, although it has since been introduced to Bermuda.
It is one of seven anole species found on Jamaica.
Its upper body is usually a rich emerald or aquamarine while its trunk and legs are a bright deep blue.
It has a bright orange dewlap.
The first half of the tail is a deep blue, while the lower half is brilliant violet.
Its underside is usually a light blue gray. Occasionally, especially in females and younger individuals, these colors may be somewhat muted.
Fully grown males can be exceptionally colorful; occasionally a pure turquoise blue lizard may be observed.
Mature male Anolis grahami can grow to a total length of 16 centimetres.
Females are smaller than males.
1st & 2nd photo: A male. Green Castle Estate, Robins Bay, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, 21 January 2018
3rd photo: A male. Oracabessa area, Jamaica, 20 January 2018
4th photo: A female. Green Castle Estate, Robins Bay, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, 21 January 2018