Eastern Three-lined Skink
|Former Scientific Name|
|Other Common Names|
Bold-striped Cool Skink
Oviparous (egg laying). Females lay clutches of 3 to 9 eggs in early summer under rocks or logs exposed to high levels of solar radiation. Sex of hatchlings is influenced by thermal regimes during incubation. Eggs incubated at less than 20ÃƒÂ¥Ã‚Â¡C produce predominantly male hatchlings.
Clearly defined pattern of stripes running lengthways.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia