Chalcides striatus

The Chalcides striatus is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Chalcides striatus is a chordate, or more specifically a reptile, in the Scincidae family. Chalcides striatus is commonly known (its common name) as the Western Three-Toed Skink in English. More

The average life span for Chalcides striatus is about 6 years. They reach their sexual maturity at three to four years. Habits They are active by day but very secretive. Not often seen without overturning stones, logs, and other kinds of obstacles. More

is the case with Chalcides striatus, whose limbs are so small in relation to its body that at first glance it appears to be totally limbless. This is not the case, but the limbs are very reduced with only three toes on each. More

Common names

Eslizón tridáctilo in English - English
Lludrió llistat in Catalan - Català

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Family : Scincidae
Genus : Chalcides
Species : Chalcides striatus
Authority : CUVIER 1829