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Skinks, Wall Lizards, Tegus, Whiptails and allies

This room displays images of so-called Lizards, including skinks, wall lizards, whiptails and tegus.

Diapsida - Lepidosauromorpha - Squamata - Scleroglossa (excluding Seprentes + Gekkota + varanoidea)
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eckos are displayed here, and monitors here.

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Unidentified Lizard. photo: 08/1999, Huahine, French Polynesia. Japanese Grass-Lizard [1], Nihon Kanahebi or Takydromus tachydromoides <Lacertidae>. photo: 05/2001, Niigata, Japan. Common Wall Lizard [1], or Lacerta muralis <Lacertidae>. photo: 09/2001, Gavarnie, France.



Common Wall Lizard [2], or Lacerta muralis <Lacertidae>. photo: 09/2001, Laquette, France. Japanese Grass-Lizard [2], Nihon Kanahebi or Takydromus tachydromoides <Lacertidae>. photo: 04/2002, Tokyo, Japan.

Japanese Grass-Lizard [3], Nihon Kanahebi or Takydromus tachydromoides <Lacertidae>. photo: 05/2002, Nagano, Japan. Unidentified Skink [1][2] <Scincidae>(50cm. photo: 08/2002, Taman Negara, Malaysia. Unidentified Skink <Scincidae>. photo: 08/2002, Bukit Fraser, Malaysia.

Striped Tree Skink or Apterygodon vittatum <Scincidae>. photo: 09/2002, Sabah, Malaysia. Eumeces stimpsonii or Ishigaki Tokage <Scincidae>. photo: 12/2002, Okinawa, Japan. Japanese Five-lined Skink [1], Nihon Tokage or Eumeces japonicus <Scincidae>. photo: 05/2003, Nagano, Japan.

Cryptoblepharus sp <Scincidae>. photo: 08/2003, Fogg Dam, NT, Australia. Unidentified Lizard <Scincidae>. photo: 08/2003, Kakadu, NT, Australia. Carlia sp. [1][2] <Scincidae>. photo: 08/2003, Litchfield NP, NT, Australia.

Cryptoblepharus plagiocephalus [1] <Scincidae>. photo: 09/2003, Perth, NT, Australia. Cryptoblepharus plagiocephalus [2] <Scincidae>. photo: 08/2003, Dryandra, NT, Australia. Japanese Grass-Lizard [4], Nihon Kanahebi or Takydromus tachydromoides <Lacertidae>. photo: 06/2004, Niigata, Japan.

Japanese Grass-Lizard [5], Nihon Kanahebi or Takydromus tachydromoides <Lacertidae>. photo: 06/2004, Niigata, Japan. Mabuya sp.[1][2] <Scincidae>. photo: 08/2004, Overbridge, Suriname. Kentropyx sp. <Teiidae>. photo: 08/2004, Overbridge, Suriname.

Kentropyx sp.[1][2] <Teiidae>. photo: 08/2004, Brownsberg, Suriname. Green Garden-Lizard [1][2], komon Amiiba or Ameiva ameiva <Teiidae>. photo: 08/2004, Brownsberg, Suriname. Northern Tegu Lizard [1][2][3], or Tupinambis teguixin <Teiidae>. photo: 08/2004, Brownsberg, Suriname.

Green Garden-Lizard (J) [1][2], komon Amiiba or Ameiva ameiva <Teiidae>. photo: 08/2004, Brownsberg, Suriname. A Kind of Whiptale Lizard [1][2], or Cnemidophorus lemniscatus <Teiidae>. photo: 08/2004, Weg naar Zee, Suriname. Japanese Five-lined Skink [2], Nihon Tokage or Eumeces japonicus <Scincidae>. photo: 05/2005, Tokyo, Japan.

Japanese Grass-Lizard [6], Nihon Kanahebi or Takydromus tachydromoides <Lacertidae>. photo: 06/2005, Tokyo, Japan. Elegant Five-Lined Skink [1][2], Aosuji Tokage or Eumeces elegans <Scincidae>. photo: 06/2005, Huisun Forest Station, Taiwan. Ovambo Tree Skink [1][2], or Mabuya binotata <Scincidae>, probably. photo: 08/2005, Etosha, Namibia.

Kalahari Tree Skink [1][2], or Mabuya spilogaster <Scincidae>, probably. photo: 09/2005, Daan Viljoen GR, Namibia. Western Three-striped Skink, or Mabuya occidentalis <Scincidae>, probably. photo: 09/2005, Daan Viljoen GR., Namibia. Japanese Five-lined Skink [3], Nihon Tokage or Eumeces japonicus <Scincidae>. photo: 05/2006, Kumamoto, Japan.

Japanese Five-lined Skink [4], Nihon Tokage or Eumeces japonicus <Scincidae>. photo: 06/2006, Tokyo, Japan. Japanese Grass-Lizard [7], Nihon Kanahebi or Takydromus tachydromoides <Lacertidae>. photo: 06/2006, Tokyo, Japan. Japanese Grass-Lizard [8], Nihon Kanahebi or Takydromus tachydromoides <Lacertidae>. photo: 06/2006, Tokyo, Japan.

Unidentified Skink, - or - <Scincidae>. photo: 08/2006, Chiang Dao, Thailand. Many-lined Sun Skink [1][2], or Mabuya multifasciata <Scincidae>. photo: 08/2006, Chiang Dao, Thailand. Streamside Skink, Sphenomorphus maculatus <Scincidae> probably. photo: 08/2006, Doi Inthanon, Thailand.

Many-lined Sun Skink [3][4], or Mabuya multifasciata <Scincidae>, probably. photo: 09/2006, Khao Pra Bang Khram WR., Thailand. Many-lined Sun Skink [5][6], or Mabuya multifasciata <Scincidae>. photo: 09/2006, Khao Pra Bang Khram WR., Thailand. Japanese Five-lined Skink [5], Nihon Tokage or Eumeces japonicus <Scincidae>. photo: 06/2007, Kyoto, Japan.

Rainbow Skink [1][2], or Lampropholis delicata <Scincidae>. photo: 07/2007, Hawai'i Island, Hawaii. Japanese Grass-Lizard [9], Nihon Kanahebi or Takydromus tachydromoides <Lacertidae>. photo: 04/2008, Tokyo, Japan. Desert Grassland Whiptail, or Aspidoscelis uniparens <Teiidae>. photo: 08/2008, San Pedro Riparian NCA, Arizona, USA.

Sonoran Spotted Whiptail, or Aspidoscelis sonorae <Teiidae>. photo: 09/2008, Cave Creek Canyon, Arizona, USA. back to upper category


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