Blue Tail Skink

Blue Tail Skink

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September 20, 2005

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I arrived home from work to find a Blue Tail Skink on my patio. See close-ups of a grasshopper, skink, and anole at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/judybaxter/sets/986993/

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  • www1.dnr.wa.gov   Western Skink - Wa

    The Western Skink is the only lizard in Washington with a bright blue tail, shiny scales and longitudinal stripes. See Key Features Page. Phenology.

    http://www1.dnr.wa.gov/nhp/refdesk/herp/html/4eusk.html

  • www.decktech.net   Florida Wildlife - Blue Tailed Skink - DeckTech

    Blue Tailed Skink. A different style lizard than the anoles, these lizards are found near water, and like it moist. Look for them in the hot, humid days of summer ...

    http://www.decktech.net/floridawildlife/salamander.html

  • www.britannica.com   skink | lizard | Britannica.com

    skink (family Scincidae), blue-tailed skink E.S. Ross any of about 1,275 species of lizards, mostly secretive ground dwellers or burrowers, that are represented ...

    http://www.britannica.com/animal/skink

  • www.bio.davidson.edu   Five-lined Skink - North Carolina

    Young five-lined skinks have five white or yellowish stripes on a black ground color and a bright blue tail. Five-lined skinks can be ... skink in North Carolina.

    http://www.bio.davidson.edu/projects/herpcons/herps_of_NC/lizards/Eumfas/Eum_fas.html

  • www.burkemuseum.org   Western Skink (Plestiodon skiltonianus) - Burke Museum

    Western skink (Plestiodon skiltonianus) ... Their body is around 2 to 2.8 inches long and their bright blue tail is around 1.5 to 2 times its body length.

    http://www.burkemuseum.org/herpetology/reptile/western_skink

  • kaweahoaks.com   Blue Tailed Skinks images and info - KaweahOaks.com

    skink female skink male skink immature. Skinks. Typically, skinks have smooth, shiny, overlapping scales and elongate, cylindrical ...

    http://kaweahoaks.com/html/skinks.htm

  • www.nsis.org   NSiS: Florida Wildlife - Skinks

    The Florida Keys Mole Skink, Eumeces egregius egregius, is found in the Florida Keys. ... red, or light blue tail. It is active during the day, ...

    http://www.nsis.org/wildlife/rept/liz-skink.html

  • www.wildherps.com   Wild Herps - Western Skink (Plestiodon skiltonianus)

    Of the various skink species with bright blue tails as youngsters, this is the first adult I've seen that still has a blue tail, but only on the very tip.

    http://www.wildherps.com/species/E.skiltonianus.html

  • www.virginiaherpetologicalsociety.com   Lizards of Virginia - Virginia Herpetological Society

    * All lizards native to Virginia in the genus Plestiodon have bright blue tails as ... (Broad-headed Skink) * All lizards native to Virginia in the genus Plestiodon ...

    http://www.virginiaherpetologicalsociety.com/reptiles/lizards/lizards_of_virginia.htm

  • www.nj.gov   Five-lined Skink - New Jersey

    color, with five light lines running from head to end of tail; the tail is bright blue. ... This is distinguished from the Five-lined Skink by the number of longitudi-

    http://www.nj.gov/dep/fgw/ensp/pdf/species/five-lined_skink.pdf

  • www.lakenewsonline.com   Critter of the week: Five-lined skink

    five-lined skinks have an almost-black base color that’s topped by five bright yellow stripes and a blue tail. It’s thought the bright-blue coloring of the juvenile lizard’s tail is an evolutionary adaptation that keeps them …

    Lake News Online   •   2 years ago

    http://www.lakenewsonline.com/article/20150725/NEWS/150729503

  • www.plaintalk.net   The Zoo Man And Friends Visit Summer Reading Program

    The Blue-Tongued Skink, for example, scares predators away by flashing its blue tongue and can detach from its tail to distract a predator using its two brains. "He licked me on the nose," said Nessa, 5, who got a kiss …

    Vermillion Plain Talk   •   2 years ago

    http://www.plaintalk.net/local_news/article_f4a9258a-3225-11e5-b9c1-f375b16ed5ee.html

  • blogs.scientificamerican.com   Blue-Tailed Skink Declared Extinct in Hawaii

    Hawaii's extinction crisis has claimed another victim: the copper-striped blue-tailed skink (Emoia impar), a once-common lizard that has now been declared extinct by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). The skink was last seen in Hawaii in the 1960s.

    John R. Platt   •   Scientific American   •   5 years ago

    http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/extinction-countdown/blue-tailed-skink-declared-extinct-in-hawaii/

  • www.thehindubusinessline.com   Electric blue-tailed skinks

    If you know anything about lizards, it’s probably that they can lose their tails. Some lizards eject their tails even when faced with the slightest danger. Others consider their tails a little more precious, but will let them go if a predator happens to ...

    The Hindu Business Line   •   2 years ago

    http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/features/blink/explore/electric-bluetailed-skinks/article7085577.ece

  • www.sciencedaily.com   Neon Blue-tailed Tree Lizard Glides Like A Feather, Thanks To Light Bubbly Bones

    Neon blue-tailed tree lizards are perfectly happy scurrying from branch to branch in their arboreal homes, but it wasn't clear whether they simply leaping between branches or glide. Researchers compared the tree lizards' jumps with common wall lizards' and ...

    Science Daily   •   8 years ago

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/07/090717090824.htm

  • www.biologynews.net   Neon blue-tailed tree lizard glides like a feather

    Recruiting undergraduate Greet Meulepas to the team, they began filming dainty neon blue tailed tree lizards, gliding geckos (Ptychozoon kuhli) and the common wall lizard (Podarcis muralis) as the animals leapt from a 2m high platform to see if the neon ...

    Biology News Net   •   8 years ago

    http://www.biologynews.net/archives/2009/07/18/neon_bluetailed_tree_lizard_glides_like_a_feather.html

  • www.rappnews.com   Wild Ideas: What lies beneath

    The bright-blue tails of young five-lined skinks serve as a lure for predators. The tail easily breaks off when grabbed, enabling the rest of the lizard to escape. Eventually, the tail grows back, although there is a cost: it …

    Rappahannock News   •   2 years ago

    http://www.rappnews.com/2015/07/23/wild-ideas-what-lies-beneath/143365/

  • blogs.theprovince.com   Top 10 weirdest, most fascinating animals in B.C.

    Other animals resemble nothing so much as humans who have ... the skink was handed an exquisite wardrobe by nature. The juvenile skink sports an almost fluorescent blue tail. That blue contrasts with brown back, grey sides and four creamy stripes …

    The Province   •   2 years ago

    http://blogs.theprovince.com/2015/03/01/b-c-s-top-10-weirdest-most-fascinating-animals/

  • www.dailytelegraph.com.au   Blue tongue lizard survives after losing tail to whipper snipper in Seaforth

    THIS blue tongue lizard is ready to return to the wild after a run-in with a whipper snipper. The lizard's tail was almost lopped off in May while he was hanging around in long grass that was being cut back in a Seaforth garden. He was rushed to the vet ...

    The Telegraph   •   4 years ago

    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/northern-beaches/blue-tongue-lizard-survives-after-losing-tail-to-whipper-snipper-in-seaforth/story-fngr8hax-1226701264079

  • www.laobserved.com   It's baby lizard season in Los Angeles

    Nature in LA explains: Western Fence Lizards are also frequently called “blue belly” lizards because of the ... scientists measure lizard body size excluding the tail. Thus, lizard body size is measured from the tip of the snout to the vent (aka ...

    Kevin Roderick   •   LA Observed   •   2 years ago

    http://www.laobserved.com/archive/2015/07/its_baby_lizard_season_in.php

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