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Ctenotus taeniolatus

Coppertail Skink

Ctenotus taeniolatus.
The Australian striped skink, also known as the Copper-tailed ctenotus or Copper-tailed skink, is a species of medium-sized skink found commonly along the eastern seaboard of Australia and throughout the country generally.

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Ctenotus taeniolatus (Coppertail Skink) at Bomaderry, NSW - 8 Feb 2007 by CBrandis
Ctenotus taeniolatus (Coppertail Skink) at Bomaderry, NSW - 8 Feb 2007 by CBrandis

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Species information

  • Ctenotus taeniolatus Scientific name
  • Coppertail Skink Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

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