Campbell Park - 28 September

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Subject: Campbell Park - 28 September
From: Paul Taylor <>
Date: Sun, 05 Oct 2008 05:35:51 +1100
> I also saw what I think was a Cunningham's Skink (if anyone can confirm
> this, please contact me and I can send over some photos.

Hi Tobias,

You didn't say why you thought it was a Cunningham's Skink, so I'll
assume it was based on size.  If it doesn't have a spiked tail (thanks
Philip - I'll try to remember that in future), it could be a White's
Skink (Egernia whitii).  They're a very attractive skink - a kind of
super-sized version of the little skinks (ID unknown) that you usually


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                           I came, I saw, I ticked.

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