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  Chalcides - AgriHelper
In Chalcides chalcides, implantation occurs in the incubatory chambers, expanded areas of the oviduct that contain the egg and subsequently the embryo.
  Morphogenesis of the placental membranes in the viviparous, placentotrophic lizard Chalcides chalcides (Squamata: Scincidae).
Chalcides skinks have bony plates on the head and body, a scaly and feebly nicked tongue, elongated and sometimes snakelike body, with the limbs absent or little developed, and the lower eyelid has a transparent disc.
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  Digimorph - Chalcides ocellatus (ocellated skink)
Chalcides ocellatus, the ocellated or eyed skink or 'gongilo', occurs in southern Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia.
Chalcides ocellatus is a member of Scincidae, the largest 'family' of extant lizards (see also Eumeces fasciatus, the five-lined skink).
Observations on limb reduction in the scincid lizard genus Chalcides.
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 Digimorph - Chalcides ocellatus (ocellated skink)
Chalcides ocellatus, the ocellated or eyed skink or 'gongilo', occurs in southern Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia.
Ocellated skinks inhabit a variety of habitats in which sandy ground is present -- coastal areas, among dunes, in vineyards or olive groves -- and may shelter in crevices in dry stone walls, holes in the ground, and matted undergrowth.
Chalcides ocellatus is a member of Scincidae, the largest 'family' of extant lizards (see also Eumeces fasciatus, the five-lined skink).
digimorph.org /specimens/Chalcides_ocellatus   (653 words)

  
 SKINKS - Chalcides
The Chalcides genus is a moderate-sized group centred on North Africa with members being found as far west as the Canary Islands and eastwards into Ethiopia, Eritrea, Saudi Arabia and even India.
Most of the Chalcides species are associated with the Chalcides ocellatus "group": a number of subspecies of C.
chalcides is that it has the most advanced placentation of any lizard or snake known: in other words, its gestation process is more akin to that of a mammal than a reptile.
www.cyberlizard.plus.com /skinks_chalcides.htm   (3574 words)

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