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Noun1.Scincella - a reptile genus of Scincidae
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
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Molecular analysis indicated that the tetrathyridia from the birds likely belonged to an undescribed species and are identical to pretetrathyridium stages recently found in Scincella lateralis skinks in Oklahoma.
We then collected other three lizard species, Plestiodon chinensis, Sphenomorphus indicus, and Scincella modesta, from geographical locations near each other, but with different microhabitats.
Two tick species (Ixodes scapularis and Amblyomma americanum) were collected from six species of lizards (Plestiodon fasciatus, Plestiodon laticeps, Plestiodon inexpectatus, Anolis carolinensis, Sceloporus undulatus, and Scincella lateralis).
En cambio, Basiliscus vittatus, Gerrhonotus liocephalus y Scincella assatus se registraron solo en BT, BPE y BE, respectivamente.
Dial BE and Fitzpatrick LC (1984) Predator escape success in tailed versus tailless Scincella lateralis (Sauria: Scincidae).
We report new records for at least 5 species of reptiles (including Hem idac-tylus turcicus, Diadophus punctatus, Storeria dekayi, Scincella lateralis.
of 13 10 9 9 amphibian species Reptiles Anolis 1 0 0 0 carolinensis carolinensis Aspidoscelis 4 4 0 0 sexlineata viridis Carphophis vermis 1 2 0 0 Opheodrys aestivus 1 0 0 0 aestivus Plestiodon 3 1 0 2 fasciatus Sceloporus 4 1 1 0 consobrinus Scincella 0 1 1 1 lateralis Storeria dekayi 1 0 0 0 texana Total no.
These species make up the prey base for many small predatory species such as lizards of the genera Scincella (Slater 1949; Lewis 1951; Hamilton & Pollack 1961; Brooks 1964) and Plestiodon (formerly Eumeces) (Fitch 1954), shrews of the genus Blarina (Ritzi et al.
Little Brown Skinks (Scincella lateralis) were negatively impacted by all treatments during the first post-treatment year, but appeared to be recovering during the second post-treatment year.
= 16, P < 0.001), with salamanders and semi-aquatic snakes encountered with greater frequency than expected in the food plots, Rana and Eumeces in the forest plots, and Scincella lateralis and Storeria dekayi in the oil plots (Table 4).