A mystery for a while until lookedat more closely and found to be an unusual colour form of a common species.
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I know common lizard can have a green morph, but usually it is more of a green 'wash' rather than such a vivid green. I've certainly never seen one so green. However, I can not think of anything else it could be.
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Yes, this form is very uncommon and needed a herpetologist to confirm - even he had to go and check.
Lat/Lng: 50.8, -1.5
OS grid ref: SU3903