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A small slender skink, up to 90mm long. back is grey-brown, with a darker stripe dwn the centre and scattered whitish flecks. There is a faint blackish band along the upper flanks. The top of the head is chestnut, merging into the back colour through the neck region.
Wet and dry
forests. Often seen in gardens.
South East Australia, from South Queensland to South Australia. In the park, often seen in the Fosters Gully area, particularly near the propagation centre.
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Garden skink, on Stringybark Ridge.