This looks like an 'American Anole' ??
In FL the 'Cuban Anoles have overtaken the habitat and the numbers of the Americans have decreased over the last several decades but lately they seem to be making a slow comeback...
I have always referred to them as Florida anoles, but a little google time reveals that there are also Green, American, and Carolina anoles as well as American Chameleon . I don't know if this is a subspecies or not.
I can tell you that they are considerably slower and less likely to bolt than a Cuban Anole. Which, no doubt has a lot to do with their inability to compete for food and hence the loss of territory.
Green Anole, American Chameleon, Anolis carolinensis Anole Facts
Carolina anole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I was born and raised along the coast of W. central FL (IRB)...I kept lizards as pets and kept meal worms to feed them....another lizard you rarely see down there any more is a type of "racer" (don't think it's a skink) but they had striped bodies and indigo blue tails...before the cuban anole invasion they were probably the predominate lizard around there...
There are also red ones that are not uncommon...bullbreaker has posted pictures of same. I think it was in or near to his living room as I recall. He lives further south in the state and has a different set of creatures to enjoy.
These skinks can be quite bold but are more difficult to photograph as they don't stay anywhere very long and don't seem to enjoy the sun as much as the anoles do.
Yeah here's a skink that used to come in away from heat/cold through small corner hole under sliding glass doors. Used to lie down next to me while I was at keyboard on computor. Ain't seen him/her in months. Great ant control. It did this for almost two years.
Good shots there Robert, I love those little guy's They hang around our porch rails all the time, for the most they go unnoticed because of their changing color to blend in, we spend allot of time on the porch and I think they are used to us as well, they move about without a worry, except for our grandchildren catches them at times, pets them on their heads and quickly turns them back loose, I think the children have them all named, How they can tell them apart I don't know, maybe by size, at night the frogs come out get under the lights to catch bugs,we've counted as many as 16 at a time, Its all i can do to keep reminding the grandchildren to not pick them up, of course they also have names for all of them ;)