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Coeranoscincus frontalis

Known as: limbless snake-tooth skink 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2016
2016
Recently discovered populations of skinks of the genus Sphenomorphus from central Peninsular Malaysia represent a new species, S… Expand
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2016
2016
The skin of limbless squamates has an increased contact with the substrate compared with limbed counterparts. Comparatively, the… Expand
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2011
2011
Amphisbaenia is a speciose clade of fossorial lizards characterized by a snake-like body and a strongly reinforced skull adapted… Expand
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2011
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2011
  • Matz Larsson
  • Brain, Behavior and Evolution
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  • Corpus ID: 506820
It is commonly proposed that the number of fibers that do not cross in the optic chiasm (OC) is proportional to the size of the… Expand
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2010
2010
We analyze geographic genetic variation in C. ocellatus to evaluate the influences of major climatic, paleogeographic and… Expand
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2009
2009
Abstract We describe a new species of the genus Paracontias from a rain forest in the northern Central East of Madagascar based… Expand
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2005
2005
The island of Madagascar harbors a highly endemic vertebrate fauna including a high diversity of lizards of the subfamily… Expand
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1992
1992
This study examines variation in reproductive characteristics over 2 yr in the viviparous Australian skink Eulamprus tympanum… Expand
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1991
1991
The colour pattern of the Gran Canarian skink is described with eight independent colour pattern characters. Significant… Expand
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