Typical lizards superficially resemble salamanders, but their dry scaly skin, clawed feet, and external ear openings quickly seperate them from theri distant moist-skinned ancestors. Legless lizards may be confused with snakes, but unlike snakes, they possess movable eyelids.
Glass Lizards - Family Anguidae
Geckoes - Family Gekkonidae
Spiny Lizards and Allies - Family Phrynosomatidae
Anoles - Family Polychridae
Skinks - Family Scincidae
Racerunners - Family Teiidae