General Description

Top of body red-brown with narrow black stripes along the back (dorsal stripes). Side of body has a wide grey stripe (lateral stripe). Feet with three toes. Up to 6 cm long (snout-vent).


Three-toed Earless Skinks lay eggs, feed on small invertebrates and hide in the leaf litter.


South-eastern Australia, except Tasmania.


Woodlands and leaf litter.

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