Eutropis multifasciata Common Sun Skink
Some other names for this species:
Brown Mabuya, Indonesian Skink, East Indian Brown Mabuya, Many-lined Sun Skink, Four-striped Mabuya, Many-striped Skink
Puri Kamandalu, Ubud, Bali, IndonesiaOctober 17, 1999
Common Sun Skink (Eutropis multifasciata)
These charmingly plump skinks were abundant at our hotel, the Puri Kamandalu. For such pudgy fellows they had no trouble racing up and down the trees.
Puri Kamandalu, Ubud, Bali, IndonesiaOctober 18, 1999
Common Sun Skink (Eutropis multifasciata)
This one's a female, with no yellow on the sides. Though common, the skinks around the hotel were wary of my camera, and I only got a few photos.
Bali Bird Park, Ubud, Bali, IndonesiaOctober 18, 1999
Common Sun Skink (Eutropis multifasciata)
This one's an adult male, with bright yellow sides and a red snout tip. The ones hanging out on the grounds of Bali Bird Park were more approachable, probably because they were used to all the visitors.
Lowlands, Selangor, MalaysiaJanuary 15, 2017
Common Sun Skink (Eutropis multifasciata)
While out with Kurt "Orion" G on a sporadically rainy night, I heard this skink scuttling in the leaf litter. You might wonder why a diurnal "sun skink" was scuttling moving about on a rainy night. I might wonder that as well.

My Travelogues and Trip Lists page includes a complete list of the herps I saw in the wild on this trip to Malaysia, as well as a travelogue of the trip.

Bukit Fraser, Pahang, MalaysiaJanuary 23, 2017
Common Sun Skink (Eutropis multifasciata)
Stephen from the wonderful naturalist's B&B called Stephen's Place helped me look for herps one morning when herps were few and far between. We found this baby skink and also an adult, but the adult's tail broke off, which made me sad, so I'm not including its picture here. Even though I know skinks lose their tails all the time and are often none the worse for it, I hate the thought of negatively affecting the lives of the creatures I'm just trying to photograph.
Santubong Peninsula, Sarawak, MalaysiaJanuary 28, 2017
Common Sun Skink (Eutropis multifasciata)
While checking in to Permai Rainforest Resort, I noticed this big adult skink basking on a fallen palm trunk just a few feet away from the check-in desk. After I was led to my excellent treehouse room, I grabbed my camera and tripod and headed straight back to the check-in desk to see if the skink was still there. As you can see, it was.
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