Globally Near threatened (NT) (Source: IUCN Red List)

Classification
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  • Catalan
    • Bívia ibèrica
  • Scientific Names
    • Chalcides bedriagai
    • Chalcides pistaciae
  • English
    • Bedriaga's Skink
    • Spanish Cylindrical Skink
  • Spanish
    • Eslizón Ibérico
  • German
    • Iberischer Walzenskink
  • Dutch
    • Spaanse Skink
  • Portuguese
    • Cobra-de-pernas-de-cinco-dedos
    • Cobra-de-pernas-pentadáctila
    • Fura-pastos

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Recent observations

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Bedriaga's Skink Chalcides bedriagai

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xbejard

Date

April 19, 2016

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Bedriaga's Skink Chalcides bedriagai

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fjsolis

Date

February 1, 2016

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Bedriaga's Skink Chalcides bedriagai

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franciscodocampo

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July 24, 2015

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Bedriaga's Skink Chalcides bedriagai

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cesarpollo5

Date

July 17, 1992

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Bedriaga's Skink Chalcides bedriagai

Observer

peteturnbull

Date

April 17, 2014

Description

About 14cm long, in courtyard next to our home. Never seen anything like this on our land before. Moved with snake like propulsion. Seemed to be emerging from hibernation. If my ID is correct, this species is only found in Eastern Europe, so as far as I know, it's not known in Iberia.

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Bedriaga's Skink Chalcides bedriagai

Observer

snake

Date

April 13, 2012

Place

(Somewhere...)

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Description from Wikipedia

Chalcides bedriagai, commonly known as Bedriaga's skink, is a species of lizard endemic to the Iberian Peninsula. It usually lives in sandy areas with sparse vegetation and good ground cover. It can also live in open woodland and burrow into loose soil. Females of the species give birth to live young. It has at least one major subspecies, Chalcides bedriagai pistaciae. These skinks are active during day and dusk, and they are very timid. They reach...

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Conservation Summary

  • Portugal
    Pouco preocupante (lc) (Source: Livro Vermelho dos Vertebrados de Portugal)
    Pouco Preocupante
Source: IUCN 2010. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2010.4. http://www.iucnredlist.org/technical-documents/spatial-data. Downloaded March 2011.
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