Liopholis whitii (Lacépède, 1804)

White's Skink

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E. whitii is a medium sized, robust, rock dwelling skink, is brown above, grey or brown on the sides, usually with a series of dark brown or black spots on the back, which may be scattered or aligned longitudinally. E. whitii is found in rocky microhabitats in open woodland, heathland and grasslands over a wide geographic range in South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland and it is not considered to be threatened.... source: Office of Environment and Heritage

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Occurence records map

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Literature

Biodiversity Heritage Library

Content and maps have been accessed from Atlas of Living Australia (http://www.ala.org.au) and Birdlife Australia (http://birdlife.org.au/).