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    Posted: 23 Sep 2004 at 5:18pm

But whose ?...Common Lizard ??

or are they pants ?

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Hi Vicar

What a lovely pair of Common lizard pants! :-)
Did you find them on Frensham Common?. I also have a shed Common lizard skin, found at Frensham.

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i've a few captive common lizards that were used for a visitor centre display. they've shed complete skins minus the head. the intricacy of the hands is amazing. and its also strange how their colour is so much brighter straight after or during their shedding period.

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yes lizards change clothhs from time to time too
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Nice find. Shame all of the tail shed wasn't there.
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unlike snake sheds, lizards skin comes off in fragments bit by bit...
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I found part of a West Anatolian Rock Lizard shed near where I released the Ocellated Skink, then I caught the Lizard.



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Malpolon monspessulanus head shed

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Nice... It has large eyes, and a narrow frontal...

Did you find it in the Corbiers?

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yes in the CorbiŪres,


this one is a viperine snake also from the CorbiŪres



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