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  • Scientific Names
    • Trachylepis vittata
    • Euprepes libanoticus
    • Euprepes olivieri
    • Euprepes vittatus
    • Euprepis vittatus
    • Eurprepes tomardi
    • Eutropis vittata
    • Hermites vittatus
    • Mabuia vittata
    • Mabuya vittata
    • Scincus vittatus
  • Unknown
    • Bridled Mabuya
  • English
    • Bridled Skink
    • Bridled Mabuya

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Recent observations

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

September 15, 1992

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

September 1, 2011

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Square

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

May 20, 1999

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

May 18, 1999

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

May 16, 1999

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

May 15, 1999

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

May 14, 1999

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

May 12, 1999

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

May 11, 1999

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Bridled Skink Trachylepis vittata

Observer

sindic

Date

May 9, 1999
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Description from Wikipedia

The Bridled Mabuya or Bridled Skink (Trachylepis vittata) is a species of skinks found in North Africa and Middle East. The length of those skinks is up to 22 cm.

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Conservation Summary

    Source: IUCN 2010. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2010.4. http://www.iucnredlist.org/technical-documents/spatial-data. Downloaded March 2011.