The brown basilisk, also commonly referred to as the striped basilisk or in some areas as the common basilisk, is a species of basilisk lizard in the family Corytophanidae well known for their ability to run on top of water.
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These specimens have been introduced to Florida, where they compete with native species for food. They were collected by individuals with the intention of being sold as pets, but these did not adapt well to captivity.