Despite their vibrant colors the Wild Iris Dragon is hard to spot in its native woodlands.
The Ruffled Dragon lives in the temperate rain forest of the Pacific Northwest.
Fallen Leaf Dragons use their camouflage to blend into the forest floor where they hunt insects, snakes, and small lizards.
The lovely pink frills of the Cherry Blossom Dragon are only pink part of the year, the frills change color with the seasons.
Pearl Sided Forest Dragons like to find a sunny spot to show off their beautiful scales.
The Lesser Crested Forest Dragon is an insectivore that uses keen hearing and eyesight to hunt.
Copper Scaled Dragons like to make their homes in burrows in the roots of trees in old growth forests.
Tufted Moss Dragons live in forests, and if one is lucky enough, gardens through out the world. These small insectivores are not easy to spot but are easily identified by their deep green color and distinctive crest scales.
It took me quite a while to find the illusive Blue Maned Forest Dragon but with a little food bribery this magnificent creature allowed me to sit and paint him as he rested in a tree. It is obvious where this creature gets his name from and his mane is a glorious sight but his delicate leaf like scales are also quite beautiful.
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