Original design by Barbara Finsness.
Handpainted in Italy for The Island Shop, Bermuda.
There are 4 species of small lizards in Bermuda. The Bermuda Skink is the only non-introduced species. Once very common, the Bermuda Skink is now critically endangered. The Jamaican Anole was deliberately introduced in 1905 from Jamaica and is now by far the most common lizard in Bermuda. The Antiguan Anole was accidentally introduced from Barbados about 1940 and is now common.The Barbados Anole was accidentally introduced about 1940 and is rarely seen.