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Australian Skinks



Skinks

Eastern Three-lined Skink
(Bassiana duperreyi)
Eastern Three-lined Skink
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Northern Red-throated Skink
(Carlia rubrigularis)
Northern Red-throated Skink
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Blue-tailed Skink
(Cryptoblepharus egeriae)
Blue-tailed Skink
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Wall Skink
(Cryptoblepharus virgatus)
Wall Skink
The Wall Skink has distinct white stripes along its body from the eye area to the base of its tail. Click to continue>
Robust striped skink
(Ctenotus robustus)
Robust striped skink
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Skink
(Ctenotus pantherinus)
Skink
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Striped Skink
(Ctenotus taeniolatus)
Striped Skink
The Striped Skink is a medium sized skink. Striped Skinks are olive brown on top with stripes of dark brown and white running from head to tail. They have a black, white edged band along the centre of the back, and on either is a white band edged in... Click to continue>
Cunningham's Skink
(Egernia cunninghami)
Cunningham's Skink
Cunningham's Skink colour varies from almost totally black with a few white spots, to grey with black bands, to rusty red colour. Click to continue>
Hosmer's Skink
(Egernia hosmeri)
Hosmer's Skink
Hosmer's Skink is a spiny lizard with 3 or 4 sharp keels on each dorsal scale. It was one long spine on each tail scale. The body is pale yellow-brown or reddish brown. It has dark spots and pale blotches on the body - these are more prominent at... Click to continue>
King's Skink
(Egernia kingii)
King's Skink
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Land Mullet
(Egernia major)
Land Mullet
The Land Mullet is a large skink. Adults are glossy black or dark brown with a pale rim around the eye. Underside is white, yellow to orange-brown. Juveniles have white or cream spots on their side. Click to continue>
Stoke's Skink
(Egernia stokesii)
Stoke's Skink
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White's Skink
(Egernia whitii)
White's Skink
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Broad-Banded Sand Swimmer
(Eremiascincus richardsonii)
Broad-Banded Sand Swimmer
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Blue Mountain Water Skink
(Eulamprus leuraensis)
Blue Mountain Water Skink
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Eastern Water Skink
(Eulamprus quoyii)
Eastern Water Skink
The Eastern Water Skink is a medium sized stocky long-tailed skink. It is dark brown to olive above and cream to white underneath. The tail is usually olive green. It has obvious external ear hole. It has sleek body and short legs. Click to continue>
Two-toed Earless Skink
(Hemiergis quadrilineata)
Two-toed Earless Skink
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Garden Skink
(Lampropholis delicata)
Garden Skink
The Garden Skink is a small dark brown lizard, with bronze coloured stripe, from the shoulder and to the base of the tail. Click to continue>
Pale-flecked Garden Sunskink
(Lampropholis guichenoti)
Pale-flecked Garden Sunskink
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Boulenger's Skink
(Morethia boulengeri)
Boulenger's Skink
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Metallic Skink
(Niveoscincus metallicus)
Metallic Skink
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Tasmanian Tree Skink
(Niveoscincus pretiosus)
Tasmanian Tree Skink
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Weasel Skink
(Saproscincus mustelinus)
Weasel Skink
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Blotched Blue-tongue Lizard
(Tiliqua nigrolutea)
Blotched Blue-tongue Lizard
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Centralian Blue-tongue Lizard
(Tiliqua multifasciata)
Centralian Blue-tongue Lizard
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