Corpus ID: 88815096

NATURAL HISTORY AND ABUNDANCE OF SOUTHEASTERN FIVE-LINED SKINKS, EUMECES INEXPECTATUS, ON A PERIODICALLY BURNED SANDHILL IN FLORIDA

@article{Mushinsky1992NATURALHA,
  title={NATURAL HISTORY AND ABUNDANCE OF SOUTHEASTERN FIVE-LINED SKINKS, EUMECES INEXPECTATUS, ON A PERIODICALLY BURNED SANDHILL IN FLORIDA},
  author={H. Mushinsky},
  journal={Herpetologica},
  year={1992},
  volume={48},
  pages={307-312}
}
The southeastern five-lined skink, Eumeces inexpectatus, occurs in a wide range of habitats throughout Florida, but it is most abundant in scrub and sandhill (high pine) habitats. Both the scrub and sandhill habitats are fire maintained, and resident animals respond to the frequency of burning. During 7 yr of study, adult males were trapped most often in March and April and adult females most often after nesting and hatching of young, from late June to mid- July. As judged by the number of… Expand
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