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yatinkalki

Date

December 25, 2014

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Bowring’s Supple Skink Lygosoma bowringii

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jmaughn

Date

January 19, 2015

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Short-limbed Supple Skink Lygosoma quadrupes

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jmaughn

Date

January 9, 2015

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Short-limbed Supple Skink Lygosoma quadrupes

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jmaughn

Date

January 5, 2015

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(Somewhere...)

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sumitdiwanji

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the past

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Adult

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tuhoang05121994

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Square

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bj03

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the past

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Square

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bj03

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the past

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Günther's Writhing Skink Lygosoma guentheri

Observer

herpguy

Date

June 6, 2013

Description

This adult skink (and several others of the same species) was found in the afternoon under a rock in a meadow during a light rain near the AAROS Research Station of Agumbe in the Western Ghats.

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Common Dotted Garden Skink Lygosoma punctata

Observer

kellylohman

Date

August 13, 2013

Description

He's eating a frog.

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Common Dotted Garden Skink Lygosoma punctata

Observer

parixit81

Date

June 23, 2013

Description

extreme urban suburb of Bombay, India. About 3 to 4 inches in length, very slim, longish tail, very tiny limbs (almost disproportionately small). Blackish brown back with yellow border running on either side. Conspicuous red / orange tail. It was out in the open in muddy / concretized surroundings of a building at about 1 pm. This is almost peak monsoon so the Sun is not shining very bright and there is plenty of water / moisture / humidity all over.

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What

Günther's Writhing Skink Lygosoma guentheri

Observer

rahuljikamble

Date

May 23, 2013

Description

Juvenile of Lygosoma guentheri .

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Description from Wikipedia

Writhing skinks, genus Lygosoma, are members of the lizard family Scincidae, where they form the type genus of the subfamily Lygosominae. They are primarily found in India, but some occur in nearby regions. The common name refers to the way these stubby-legged animals move, snake-like but slower and more awkward.

No range data available.