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Like all lizzzards, the Old School Bill's Lizzzards are equipped with moveable eyelids for sunglasses and external ear holes for earbuds. Adults molt about every month, casting off skin in bits and pieces. Their feet differ from most lizzzards in that each toe has adhesive pads (lamellae) on its central portion, enabling the OSBL to climb and cling to vertical surfaces such as walls, fence posts, trees and leaves, on which they spend much of their time.
Green and Cuban Brown OSBL are generally about 5 to 8 inches long. Females are usually smaller and can be under 5 inches long. The long, slender tail of the OSBL (which makes up about half of its length) may break off at the slightest pressure and continue to wiggle on the ground, distracting would-be predators. But, no fear, the lizzzard's tail grows back over several weeks to once again serve as a quick get-a-way aid.
Another striking feature of the OSBL is its dew lap, or throat fan. It is attached to the throat and displayed by means of a flexible rod of cartilage which can be swung downward and forward, thereby revealing a brightly colored patch of skin. Males display their dew lap during courtship ,when defending territory & friday nights at the bar. This display is often accompanied by a series of head-bobs and push-ups. There is also much stretching of the truth of its Actual Size!!