Reptiles

Blind snake Ramphotyphlops nigrescens found in the Aranda Bushland, May 2010


Reptiles known and expected to occur around Aranda and Black Mountain

Scientific NameCommon NameAranda BushlandBlack Mountain
Acritoscincus duperreyiEastern Three-lined skink
Amphibolurus muricatusJacky lizardYesYes
Aprasia parapulchellaPink-tailed legless lizardYes
Carlia tetradactylaFour-fingered skink
Chelodina longicollisEastern snake-necked turtle
Christinus marmoratusMarbled gecko
Ctenotus orientalisSpotted-back skink
Ctenotus robustusStriped skink
Ctenotus taeniolatusCopper-tailed skinkYes
Delma inornataOlive legless lizard
Diplodactylus vittatusStone gecko'
Egernia cunninghamiCunningham's skinkYes
Hemiergis decresiensisThree-toed skinkYes-Snow GumsYes
Lampropholis delicataDelicate skinkYes
Lampropholis guichenotiSpotted grass skinkYes-Snow Gums
Lialis burtonisBurton's legless lizard
Menetia greyiiGrey skink
Morethia boulengeriBoulenger''s skink
Pogona barbatusBearded dragonYesYes
Pseudechis porphyriacusRed-bellied black snake
Pseudonaja textilisEastern brown snakeYesYes
Ramphotyphlops nigrescensBlind snakeYes
Tiliqua scincoidesCommon blue tongueYes
Trachydosaurus rugosusShingleback
Varanus variusLace monitorYes


Note: All those listed are likely to occur (confirmed sightings are marked Yes).

Information provided by Environment ACT 2006.

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