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The Pale-lipped shadeskink or gully skink is a small skink in the genus Saproscincus. Saproscincus means 'rotten skink', in reference to their use of decaying leaf-litter as a microhabitat.
Lamington Range National Park. Spotted near the Lower Ballanjui Falls and flooded gums. The park comprises Australia's largest remnant sub-tropical rainforest.
Snout-to-vent length 6 cm in average. Oviparous. Found in Northern NSW and Southern Queensland. Third picture is of a second specimen.