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GREAT PLAINS SKINK
Plestiodon obsoletus

Great Plains Skink - Plestiodon obsoletus Plestiodon obsoletus from Nueces Co., Tx. Photo by John Williams


Juvenile Great Plains Skink - Plestiodon obsoletus Juvenile  Plestiodon  obsoletus  from   Cochise  County,  Arizona
                                                                 Photo © 2008 Alice Abela

Great Plains Skink - Plestiodon obsoletus Plestiodon obsoletus from Motley Co., Tx. Photo by Ben Stupavsky


Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs across the western 2/3 of Texas, much of New Mexico and in central and eastern Arizona.

Legal Status:  Plestiodon obsoletus has no protected status in our region.

Great Plains Skink - Plestiodon obsoletus Plestiodon obsoletus from Motley Co., Tx. Photo by Ben Stupavsky





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