3 edition of Dicephalism in the African striped skink Mabuya striata striata (Peters) found in the catalog.
Dicephalism in the African striped skink Mabuya striata striata (Peters)
Donald G. Broadley
|Statement||[by] Donald G. Broadley and Colin Findlay.|
|Series||Arnoldia,, v. 5, no. 21|
|Contributions||Findlay, Colin, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||AS622 .A7 vol. 5, no. 21, QL666.L28 .A7 vol. 5, no. 21|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||81461709|
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The African striped skink (Trachylepis striata), commonly called the striped skink, is a species of lizard in the skink family (Scincidae). The species is widespread in East Africa and Southern Africa.
It is not a close relation to the Australian striped skink, Ctenotus taeniolatus. What’s the difference between the African Eastern Striped Skink and the African Five-Lined Skink. The African Eastern Striped Skink (Trachylepis striata striata) and the African Five-Lined Skink are lizards found in East Africa and southern Africa.
They are similar in size and colour. The African Eastern Striped Skink has two yellowish stripes that run lengthwise on either side of. African Striped Skinks (part of the lizard family) are common residents seen on the walls of buildings and in rocky areas feeding on a wide variety of insects and invertebrates.
During a break at. Added 11 August Last updated 24 March added Taxonomic Update The Scincidae Mabuya. Formerly one of the largest genera of any reptile group, Mabuya species can be found in Asia, Africa and South America, being absent only from Europe and Australia (but see Taxonomic Update ofbelow).
While all the species are a similar shape, coloration varies widely while reproduction. Variable Skink [Mabuya varia] Class Reptilia Order Squamata Family Scincidae Length_F 50 - 60 mm Length_M 50 - 60 mm Description A medium-sized skink with a rounded snout and a window in each lower lid.
Colouration is variable; the back may be blackish, olive, pale brown or red-brown, with or without black spots. Define dicephalism. dicephalism synonyms, dicephalism pronunciation, dicephalism translation, English dictionary definition of dicephalism.
the state or condition of having two heads. — dicephalic, dicephalous, adj. See also: Head. Dicephalism - definition of dicephalism by The Free Dictionary. Dicephalism in the African worm snake Leptotyphlops. the African striped skink Mabuya. striata striata (Peters). Arnoldia. This are some of the common diseases.
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