Wahlberg's snake-eyed skink
Skinks | Namibia
Introduction: Wahlberg's snake-eyed skinks (Panaspis wahlbergii) are small, burrowing skinks that are active during the day, rushing about broken ground with rotting logs and grass roots, around stones and old termite mounds in search of food. Males live for no longer than 1 year and females a couple of months longer.
Diet: Termites and other small insects.
Colouring: Colouration is varied but the back is usually light grey, brown or gold with 6 dark lines and other pale bands and dorsal stripes. The belly is white to greyish-blue.
Breeding: Mating takes place between August and October. Females lay between 2 and 6 oval, white eggs, under stones or logs which hatch in November to December
Size: Max SVL 64mm. Males are slightly larger than females.
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