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Reptiles of Thailand

Species of Thailand

Four-striped blue-tailed skink

Thai: จิ้งเหลนหางสีฟา, ching laen hang si faa

Binomial name: Plestiodon quadrilineatus, Edward Blyth, 1853

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Scientific classification

Kingdom
Animalia
Phylum
Chordata
Subphylum
Vertebrata
Class
Reptilia
Order
Squamata
Suborder
Lacertilia
Family
Scincidae
Genus
Plestiodon
Species
Plestiodon quadrilineatus

Common names

  • German: Vierstreifenskink
  • English:
    • Four-striped blue-tailed skink
    • Four-striped skink
    • Hong Kong skink
  • Thai: จิ้งเหลนหางสีฟา, ching laen hang si faa

Synonyms

  • Plestiodon quadrilineatus, Andreas Schmitz et al. (2004)
  • Eumeces quadrilineatus, Edward Griffith, Ngo & John C. Murphy (2000)
  • Eumeces quadrilineatus, Edward Harrison Taylor (1963)
  • Eumeces quadrilineatus, Edward Harrison Taylor (1936)
  • Eumeces quadrilineatus, Malcolm Arthur Smith (1935)
  • Eumeces quadrilineatus, Marie Firmin Bocourt (1879)
  • Mabouia quadrilineatus, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1864)
  • Eumeces quadrivirgatus, Edward Hallowell (1861)
  • Plestiodon quadrilineatus, Edward Blyth (1853)

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Distribution map of Four-striped blue-tailed skink, Plestiodon quadrilineatus in Thailand
  • Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Dan Sai District, Loei
  • Muak Lek District, Saraburi
  • Phu Kradueng District, Loei

Range map of Plestiodon quadrilineatus in Thailand

Important note; our range maps are based on limited data we have collected. The data is not necessarily accurate or complete.

Special thanks to Ton Smits, Parinya Pawangkhanant, Ian Dugdale and many others for their contribution for range data.

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