AUSTRALIAN REPTILE PHOTOS AND INFORMATION
Covering Australian Snakes and Lizards, Crocodiles and Turtles
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BLUE SPECKLED FOREST SKINK
Karma (=Silvascincus) (was Eulamprus) murrayi
(Note that the genus Silvascincus is a junior synonym of Karma)
This Murray's Skink Karma murrayi was found at Dorrigo National Park, NSW.
This species was extremely common in the area basking on rocks and logs, and often allowed us to approach them to take photos without running away.
Approximate distribution of the Murray's Skink Karma murrayi
This baby Murray's Skink Karma murrayi was found at Crystal Shower Falls, Dorrigo, NSW. - the pattern changes drastically as the lizard grows!
Murray's Skink Karma murrayi is often found in small colonies amongst rocks or rotten logs. Females may give birth to up to 5 live young.
Updated April 4, 2019