Note the five labial scales.
Single adult specimen was found crawling up the trunk of a tree.
Broad-headed Skink at Playcard Environmental Education Center
Palm Beach County, Florida, US
I'm not sure what kind of skink this one is... I think broad headed but if anyone knows please let me know! Thanks!
female BH skink on tree trunk
Approx.10 inches long and larger than Five-striped Skink
LISDOLA on the trails
This Broad-Headed Skink is a male, with brown body and red around throat-head areas. I named him Fire, and am keeping him in a big tub with water and dirt.
This is a juvenile (note the blue tail) in my garden. There are still 2 adults in my garden but they were shy of my camera.
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, US
These look similar to female Five-lined skinks but are a bit larger and have a broad head.
This is the first year I've noticed these along the wooded trail to Bittern Marsh at LLELA.
Noticed this little guy (or gal) while gardening,
Two male broad-headed skinks doing battle near a woodpile
While exploring a Spanish moss filled forest in Georgia, we stumbled upon this little guy. A lizard about seven inches long with a red head. He was very friendly, not scurrying away while we filmed. Any ideas what kind of lizard he is?
Village Creek Bioblitz
Was in the park office and this little guy was peeking out from under the wall inside. It was the only photo I could get before it disappeared into the wall. I believe this is my first Broadhead Skink though.