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- Adamastor skink Trachylepis affinis (Gray, 1838) – Senegal mabuya Trachylepis albilabris (Hallowell, 1857) – Guinea mabuya Trachylepis albotaeniata (Boettger...
- subspecies: Trachylepis quinquetaeniata quinquetaeniata (Lichtenstein, 1823) Trachylepis quinquetaeniata riggenbachi (Sternfeld, 1910) Trachylepis margaritifera...
- Pachydactylus rangei Scelotes limpopoensis Trachylepis capensis Trachylepis punctatissima Trachylepis spilogaster Trachylepis striata Transvaal girdled lizard Transvaal...
- viviparous matrotrophy. Furthermore, an example recently described in Trachylepis ivensi is the most extreme to date: a purely reptilian placenta directly...
- three-lined skink, and it has recently been re****igned to the genus Trachylepis (previously it was cl****ed in Mabuya). The lizard is a large (sometimes...
- subspecies of the many-lined skink from North America Trachylepis laevigata, a variable mabuya from Africa Trachylepis varia, a variable mabuya from Africa...
- The short-necked skink or Sudan mabuya (Trachylepis brevicollis) is a species of skink found in Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania...
- Benson's mabuya (Trachylepis bensonii) is a species of skink found in Liberia and Sierra Leone. Trape, J.-F. 2013. Trachylepis bensonii. The IUCN Red...
- with Trachylepis maculata and other species, homonyms, and other problems. The species is cl****ified in the otherwise mostly African genus Trachylepis and...
- Trachylepis volamenaloha is a species of skink, a lizard in the family Scincidae. The species is endemic to Madagascar. Vences, M. 2011. Trachylepis volamenaloha...
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