Karma murrayi — Blue-speckled Forest Skink
Some other names for this species:
This species has been bouncing from genus to genus recently. It has been placed in Sphenomorphus, Eulamprus, Silvascincus, Concinnia, and now Karma.
This is a very attractive skink that reaches the northernmost tip of its small range in Lamington National Park. It was the last of the 16 species of skinks I ran across in my three-week trip to Australia.
Here is a complete list of the reptiles and frogs I saw on this trip to Australia.
- Cogger, H. G. 2014. Reptiles & Amphibians of Australia, Seventh Edition
- Wilson, S. K., Knowles, D. 1988. Australia's Reptiles: A Photographic Reference to the Terrestrial Reptiles of Australia
- Wilson, S. and Swan, G. 2017. A Complete Guide to Reptiles of Australia, Fifth Edition