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An absolutely up-to-date, new version of the definitive directory of Australia’s vertebrates and their conservation prestige.
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Extra info for CSIRO List of Australian Vertebrates: A Reference with Conservation Status, Second Edition
Victoria: T = threatened. Western Australia: R = rare or likely to become extinct; X = presumed extinct; I = protected under an international agreement between Australia and Japan (birds only); O = fauna in need of special protection for reasons other than those listed above. Northern Territory: Xr = regionally extinct in the NT; Xw = extinct in the wild; Ec = critically endangered; N = near threatened. 30 Reptiles COMMON NAME Littoral Whiptail-skink Shrub Whiptail-skink Christmas Island Whiptail-skink Narrow-banded Sandswimmer Broad-banded Sandswimmer Elf Skink Bar-lipped Sheen-skink Lemon-barred Forestskink Northern Barsided Skink Bartle Frere Barsided Skink Yellow-bellied Waterskink Alpine Water-skink SCIENTIFIC NAME E.
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E. Gray, 1842) 2350 C. e. brevipes Storr, 1981 C. e. E. Gray, 1842) Ctenotus eurydice Czechura & Wombey, 1982 Ctenotus eutaenius Storr, 1981 2986 2987 2468 Ctenotus fallens Storr, 1974 2351 Ctenotus gagudju Sadlier, Wombey & Braithwaite, 1986 Ctenotus gemmula Storr, 1974 2510 2352 Ctenotus grandis Storr, 1969 C. g. titan Storr, 1980 C. g. grandis Storr, 1969 Ctenotus greeri Storr, 1979 2353 2988 2989 2354 Ctenotus hanloni Storr, 1980 Ctenotus harringtonensis (Wells & Wellington, 1985) Ctenotus hebetior Storr, 1978 C.