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Centralian Ranges Rock-skink
Viviparous (live young).
Head with a pale streak running from above the mouth to the ear, passing under the eye.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
White's Skinks prefers rocky habitats with well-developed canopy cover. They can be found basking or foraging on rocky outcrops or sheltering in burrows under rock slabs or logs.
Omnivore, including ants, leaf-hoppers, spiders, and millipedes and occasionally they consume plant material.
Found in dry forests, open woodlands and coastal heath.
Native to Australia