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Eulamprus heatwolei

Yellow-bellied Water Skink at Cotter River, ACT

Eulamprus heatwolei at Cotter River, ACT - 1 Jan 2023
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Identification history

Eulamprus heatwolei 1 Jan 2023 wombey
Unidentified 1 Jan 2023 SandraH

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On rocks forming dam wall. 15-30cm

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Location information

Species information

  • Eulamprus heatwolei Scientific name
  • Yellow-bellied Water Skink Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 3 Abundance
  • 1 Jan 2023 10:50 AM Recorded on
  • SandraH Recorded by

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