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~105 mm long. Has a short tail. Not very active.
Found under step stone in our garden with lawns.
Thanks anyway for your interest and info @Jellis . We've found that is Ablepharus kitaibelii. Thanks to @Jhan-Curt Fernández
Ok I have limited research in reptiles in that country. Maybe you can search for skinks in that region
There you are @Jellis , I've found some more photos in my other camera.
Thank you so much for your information and identification @Jellis. But I don't have any other photo of different angle. I've seen that long time ago.Nice to meet you and the "Project Noah" @AntónioGinjaGinja.
It's a skink species from the Scincidae family. But without more angles it's hard to tell which. Tail is short because it has broken off for protectionhttp://www.californiaherps.com/behavior/...
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Spotted on Dec 11, 2016 Submitted on Apr 7, 2017
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