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Black rock skink
A largish skink, to 270mm. Colour is uniform dark blackish-brown. Scales are wrinkled, so that the skink has a rough file-like texture to its upper-parts. Often basks on rocks and fallen tree-trunks.
Mostly among exposed rock faces. In the park usually seen around fallen trees.
Highlands of Victoria and New South Wales. In the park often seen along Fosters Gully.
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Black rock skink, in Fosters gully.