Common name: Weasel Skink. SVL: 45mm; Total length 145mm
Weasel Skink is one of twelve skinks found in the genus Saproscincus in Australia; they are sometimes referred to as shade skinks. They belong to the Hemiergis Group of skinks.
Weasel Skink is a coppery brown with darker flecks on the back. The under surface is cream. It has a prominent lighter spot below and immediately behind the eye. The tail colour is similar to the back, but with a short, paler, dark edged streak starting immediately in front of the hind limb and continuing onto the upper section of the tail.
MapsBatemans Marine Park Ben Boyd National Park Biamanga National Park Bodalla State Forest Bolaro State Forest Bondi State Forest Bournda Environment Education Centre Bournda National Park Bournda Nature Reserve Comerong Island Nature Reserve Dampier State Forest Eurobodalla National Park Mimosa Rocks National Park Mogo State Forest Monga National Park Mumbulla State Forest Murramarang National Park Nadgee Nature Reserve South East Forest National Park Ulladulla - Millards Creek
PlacesBemboka, NSW Bermagui, NSW Bingie, NSW Bodalla, NSW Bournda, NSW Burragate, NSW Congo, NSW Coolangubra, NSW Corunna, NSW Edrom, NSW Green Cape, NSW Kameruka, NSW Kianga, NSW Moruya, NSW Nadgee, NSW Narooma, NSW Nelson, NSW Potato Point, NSW Termeil, NSW Towamba, NSW Ulladulla, NSW Wallaga Lake, NSW Wallagoot, NSW Wapengo, NSW Wattamolla, NSW Wyndham, NSW
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