The majority of the yellow spotted lizard's diet consists of ants, centipedes, flies, scorpions and spiders. The lizard typically waits for prey to come near its microhabitat, but it does go out to hunt when necessary. More »

Yellow spotted lizards do exist and are typically found in warmer climates like Texas and parts of Central America. The official name for this species of lizard is the Lepidophyma flavimaculatum, or yellow-spotted night ... More »

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Yellow-spotted night lizards are not dangerous to humans. Lizards that belong to Lepidophyma flavimaculatum species have no poisonous glands and are not big enough to pose any real threat to a human. More »

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Eastern fence lizards have a diet primarily comprised of insects, such as ants, weevils, beetles, lady bugs, centipedes, spiders and other arthropods. The lizards also eat snails and some plant matter during the process,... More »

While other skinks have blue tails, the term "blue-tailed skink" usually refers to a juvenile form of the five-lined skink, which is an insectivore and eats spiders, roaches, crickets, grasshoppers, beetle larvae, caterp... More »

In the wild, spotted salamanders feed on worms, crickets, spiders, slugs, millipedes, centipedes and various other insects. Spotted salamanders are nocturnal, which means that they sleep during the day and hunt for their... More »

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The blue-tailed lizard eats small worms and insects, including earthworms, caterpillars, beetles, crickets, grasshoppers, spiders, slugs, other lizards and small mice. Female lizards also eat their own eggs if they do no... More »