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In the North, the most common hosts were mice, while in the South, the ticks selectively attached to skinks, Ginsberg says.
It will take more research to learn how climate change will affect skink populations and how warming might change tick behavior, he says.
But if Hiaasen were none of those things, if all he had ever done was to create the character of Skink, that would be enough.
True, the story contains no sex scenes and no swearing, and its protagonists, other than Skink, are two plucky teenagers.
And with Skink as his guide, Richard discovers the pleasures of the unplugged life.
To judge from specimens available, E. dugesi probably is the most abundant and widespread species of skink in the state.The Amphibians and Reptiles of Michoacn, Mxico|William E. Duellman
Scincoid, sing′koid, n. one of a family of saurian reptiles, the typical genus of which is the Scin′cus or skink.
To skink wine before me if thee I permit, Thou on the stone bench with the servants shalt sit.
She took in her fair hand the white silver can, To skink mead before the young knight she began.
I had to make a dry-camp and my doughnuts is smashed up and the jelly glass broke but I never cried when a skink came.The Flying U's Last Stand|B. M. Bower