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Re: Sorry Earnie Not Red Phase Shingleback Skink...Europe

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Posted by herpquest on April 19, 2003 at 04:58:37:

In Reply to: Sorry Earnie Not Red Phase Shingleback Skink posted by robert2002 on April 13, 2003 at 22:23:42:

:Your pictures are T. r. rugosa. Most shinglebacks seen are eastern T. r. aspera which tend to be black or chocolate brown in color. You are quite correct that not many are around when compared to T r. aspera. See my Picture for a "redish shingleback" not mine unfortunately.

Although not as plentiful as black or chocolate, their are quite a lot of the red/orange phase in Europe, particularly Germany.


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