General Description

Body olive-brown with dark edges around the scales. Stripes along the body and around the head. Up to 14 cm long (snout-vent).


Patternless Legless Lizards eat mainly insects and move in wriggling jumps across open areas. The scientific name translates to having no distinct patterns on the body.


South-eastern mainland Australia.


Grasslands and woodlands with grassy undergrowth.

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