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Rainforest sunskink

rainforest sunskink (Lampropholis coggeri)
Davies Creek, Queensland
Photo © Stewart Macdonald
Lampropholis coggeri - Ingram, 1991
Pronunciation  LAM-pro-FOHL-iss   COGG-err-ee
Etymology  Lampropholis: 'glistening ones'.
coggeri: After Hal Cogger, much-loved Australian herpetologist.
Other names   
Snout-to-vent length
Species avg: 4.5 cm
Clutch size
Average: 2
Description Distribution Natural history Conservation Further information More photos


The Australian Wet Tropics bioregion, from about Townsville to Cooktown, including Hinchinbrook and Palm Islands.

Found in the following Australian states/territories



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