The Texas spiny lizard is classified as of the very least Concern. Does not qualify for an even more at an increased risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are one of the category.
The Texas Spiny Lizard is just a species of phrynosomatid lizard from south USA, Texas and Oklahoma, and northeastern Nuevo León, Mexico in Coahuila, San Luis Potosí, Tamaulipas, and so many more other places.
The Texas Spiny Lizard is the biggest lizard found in the Hartman Prehistoric Garden and can grow to 1 foot. Juveniles are also seen as they sun themselves on the rocks.
The Texas Spiny Lizard prefers to reside in mesquite scrub habitat in the southern United States of America where it eats a number of insects and small arthropods.