Lesser Bee (in shed)
Going to give these guys their own temporary tags until they have names.
'14 Pure Jungle Carpet Pythons! These stunners are growing quickly and getting even more vibrant with each shed (and will continue to look better and better as they age). They are a very rewarding and beautiful snake to have in your collection!
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Broad-headed Skinks (Broadhead Skink)
Broad-headed skinks, Plestiodon laticeps (Scincidae), are endemic to the southeastern states of the United States, where they are known to be the largest skinks (up to 33 cm in length).
These large lizards have short legs and a streamlined body. The body is generally gray, brown, or black, in background color with five white or yellowish stripes (two on each side and one down the center of the back). However, adults often fade to uniform gray or brown, and mature males develop enlarged orange heads with powerful jaws. Like other skinks, the young have a bright blue tails and prominent stripes.
The picture shows two Plestiodon laticeps, male at top and female on left, making a home in an old stump.
Photo credit: ©Julie Tew | Locality: Blackwater River State Forest, Okaloosa County, Florida, US