Mabuya bibroni

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Colour

This is an olive brown skink, with a yellowish vertebral stripe broadly edged with black; a black dorsolateral stripe, extending from the eye to the base of the tail; belly is whitish. Supranasals separated or slightly touching each other; two pairs of mu

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Rarity Data

Abundant

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Size

Standard length 50 cm.; tail length 65 mm.

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Body And Scales

28-30 scales round the middle of the body, dorsal scales largest.

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Limbs

Digits long with smooth or feebly keeled lamellae, fourth toe is with 14-20 lamellae beneath, the leg reaches to the wrist or the elbow.

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat

This species generally inhabiting the sea coasts. It makes its burrows under the vegetation or in sand dunes, hardly few hundred yards away from the sea water. It is insectivorous, saltatorial and diurnal.
Coastal areas
Insectivorous
Fossorial
Dirurnal

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