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RE: Please help to identify this skink

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Posted by: PHLdyPayne at Fri Jun 17 06:37:11 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHLdyPayne ]  
   

Just upload your photo to either the kingsnake photo gallery or other photo hosting site such as photobucket or flickr. Once you have it upload, copy the image URL and paste it in the 'image URL' field shown below the message window. Click on preview button to see if it works. If not, double check the URL to make sure you copied the entire URL.

If you uploaded to the kingsnake photo gallery, you can just select it in the photo section, which will list all photos in your personal gallery. You can also click on the link 'Tools and Toys' in the lower right of the message text field for examples on how to create links and img tags in your message body. Again, use the preview option, to make sure its working, before posting to the forum.

As for the identity of the skink...we need to know where you found it...the geographic location. You can also just search online for the native reptiles in the area you found it, to get pictures. Doing a Google search for 'lizards of (insert your state/province/etc) is likely to give you all the info you need to identify the skink. Keep in mind that many skinks change colors during mating season, so during the 'off' season, the one you found may not have a blue tail.
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