Morwell National Park Online
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A small slender skink of up to 160mm. Upper surface grey-brown with numerous light and dark scales giving a faint chequeur-board appearance. There is a dark streak through the eye, with a small white patch behind and below the eye. The tail is pale orange, merging into an deeper orange stripe on each side which fades out above the hind legs.
Among leaf litter in wet
From Northern New South Wales, to Southern and Eastern Victoria. Several records for the park from Stringybark Ridge and from the vicinity of the propagation centre.
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Weasel skink, near the propagation centre in Fosters Gully.