These are 3 different Striped Basilisks, Basiliscus vittatus with the Spanish names of Basiliscus Rayado (o B. Comun). Here’s one adult and two immature with two different colors of longitudinal stripes.
One of my books says these are only on the Atlantic side of Costa Rica, but I prove that incorrect in my Striped Basilisk Gallery with photos from both coasts. And note that none of the above photos show all of their tail which can be double the length of their body! 🙂