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Mountain skink

mountain skink (Liopholis montana)
Mt Hotham, Victoria
Photo © Jordan de Jong
Liopholis montana - (Donnellan, Hutchinson, Dempsey & Osborne, 2002)
Pronunciation    mon-TANN-ah
Etymology  montana: "The Latin adjective montana means 'belonging to the mountains'."1
Other names  Egernia montana 
 
Snout-to-vent length
Species avg: 11 cm
Reproduction
Live-bearing
Litter size
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