The Striped Anole, Anolis lineatus, was probably the species of lizard I most encountered in Aruba. I assume the common and scientific names refer to those dark broken lateral stripes, but it’s known locally as Waltaka.
Here’s another one, a female perhaps.
My earlier post of the lizard on a tree is also one.
After a good bit of googling, I came across a good free resource on the reptiles and amphibians of Aruba, link below.
Subjects: Anoles, Lizards, and Reptiles.
Places: Aruba and North America.
Life Stages: Adult.
Taxa: Class Reptilia, Family Polychrotidae, Order Squamata, and Suborder Lacertilia.
Colors: Black, Gray, Orange, Tan, and Yellow.