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Possibly a Eugongylus albofasciolatus. np


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Posted by 59herps on March 08, 2003 at 14:18:33:

In Reply to: unknown skink posted by smoke on March 07, 2003 at 23:29:52:

:just got a new skink with no name attatched. No pics but will shot first of next week. I've searched the web for anything that looks like it and just haven't seen anything. Its about 1-1/2 feet long. Tail=body length. orange eyes. black tongue. tanish-golden dorsum, orange ventral. scales weakly keeled to smooth. rostral, 2 nasal and upper-lower mouth scales cream. ear openings have small scales over front part of opening hanging loose. Anyone know what it might be or where I could begin search? I have about every Reptiles and Reptile and Amphibian mags but haven't seen anything. Also has long toes on hind feet. Thanks.
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