Common name: Snowy Mountains Skink. SVL 110mm
Snowy Mountain’s Skink is one of eleven Australian species in the genus Liopholis (previously Egernia). Liopholis is included in Egernia Group of skinks which also includes blue-tongues and other genera. Body shape of Liopholis is squarish in cross-section. Two other skinks in this genus are found in the Canberra region. To distinguish the three species see description of White’s Skink.
Distribution: Confined to Charlotte Pass and Perisher Valley.
Declared endnagered in NSW and Nationally.
MapsKosciuszko National Park
Points of interestMt Kosciuszko Summit Charlotte Pass - Kosciuszko NP
PlacesKosciuszko National Park, NSW Kosciuszko, NSW Geehi, NSW
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