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TREE SKINK
Egernia striolata
Grows to approximately 30cm total length (12")

Tree Skink Egernia striolata
The Tree Skink (Egernia striolata) above was photographed at "Gluepot", North of Waikerie (South Australia)

Approximate distribution of the Tree Skink (Egernia striolata)  
Approximate distribution of the Tree Skink (Egernia striolata)

The Tree Skink (Egernia striolata) photographed at "Gluepot", North of Waikerie (South Australia)
The Tree Skink (Egernia striolata) at "Gluepot", North of Waikerie (South Australia)


A sub-adult Tree Skink Egernia striolata at Mt Barker, South Australia
A sub-adult Tree Skink (Egernia striolata) at Mt Barker, South Australia

Tree Skink Egernia striolata

The Tree Skink (Egernia striolata) is a common species found over much of eastern Australia that usually lives in trees or rock crevices - they may be confused with several closely related and similar looking species.

Tree Skink Egernia striolata

The Tree Skink (Egernia striolata) above was photographed basking at Mt. Barker, South Australia.


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