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Slater's skink

Slater's skink (Liopholis slateri)
Alice Springs region, Northern Territory
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Liopholis slateri - (Storr, 1968)
Pronunciation    SLATE-err-ee
Etymology  slateri: after Kenneth R. Slater, formerly of the Arid Zone Research Institute (the type locality), Alice Springs.1
Other names  floodplain egernia
Slater's egernia
Egernia slateri 
Snout-to-vent length
Species avg: 8.5 cm
Litter size
Description Distribution Natural history Conservation Further information More photos


Liopholis s. slateri - central Australia.
Liopholis s. virgata - northern South Australia.

Found in the following Australian states/territories

Northern Territory, South Australia


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