This species' binomial name only coincidentally fits Saskatchewan; it was named not after Tommy, but David. Collect all 22 species on our handy Collector’s Card.

 

Conservation Status: Extirpated

  • Phrynosoma douglassi
  • Length: up to 6 cm
  • Viviparious, giving birth to live young
  • Feeds primarily on insects, especially ants
  • Often seen as a symbol of strength and important as a symbol for healing in First Nations traditions
  • Horns no longer than they are wide at base
  • Much more cold tolerant than other horned lizards