Base Elements

Colour

This skink is olive-brown, with dark brown to black lines or spots along the lateral margins of the scales; flanks are from dark-brown to black; head is speckled with black dots; belly is whitish. Supranasals are separated or just touch one another; front

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Rarity Data

Very common.

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Size

Standard length 125 mm.; tail length 180 mm.

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Body And Scales

Dorsal scales are with 3-5 strongly keeled scales; lateral scales are absolutely smooth; 30-34 scales round the middle of body;

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Limbs

Digits are moderately long, 17-23 smooth obtusely keeled lamellae beneath the fourth toe; the hind-limb reaches to the wrist or the elbow.

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat

Insectivorous, diurnal, terrestrial and viviparous, 5-7 young ones are produced. Not found on hills.
Insectivorous
Dirurnal
Terrestrial
Viviparous

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