This Texas Spotted Whiptail was filmed in Buescher State Park. The Texas Spotted Whiptail gets its name from its range, which spans throughout Texas, A fun fact about many of the species in the Genus Cnemidophorus is that an estimated 30 percent of the species that compose the Genus Cnemidophorus are capable of parthenogenesis. The Texas Spotted Whiptail is not one of the species capable of this form of reproduction, instead opting for sexual reproduction which occurs during April-May. However, known species that are unisexual include the Chihuahuan Spotted Whiptail, Checkered Whiptail, Sonoran Spotted Whiptail and the New Mexican Whiptail.
– Jessie Story