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Egernia striolata

Tree Skink

Common name: Tree Skink. SVL 100mm; Total length 220mm

Tree Skink is one of seventeen species in the genus Egernia, which in turn is in Egernia Group of skinks which also includes blue-tongues and other genera. There are three Egernia species in the Canberra region.

Distribution: Very rare in Canberra. Mostly found north and west of Canberra.

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Egernia striolata (Tree Skink) at Frogmore, NSW - 29 Nov 2020 by b
Egernia striolata (Tree Skink) at Frogmore, NSW - 29 Nov 2020 by b

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Species information

  • Egernia striolata Scientific name
  • Tree Skink Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

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