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The St Lucia anole and the Watt's anole have both been recorded from the area you were in, and the third (Barbados anole) from not far away. I discovered an excellent report on St Lucia herpetology when researching a frog posted not so long ago:
Based on their descriptions and photographs this looks like a Watt's anole (Anolis wattsi wattsi) - orange snout and blueish head.
How big was this as size is also an indicator?
If you want to include an identification I'll agree to it.
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You could be right about this one. It looks like a young one so hard to tell.
Nice report, and a bit more up to date than my ID book
Ah, the power of the internet!
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