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Juno's snake-eyed skink

Juno's snake-eyed skink (Cryptoblepharus juno)
King Leopold Range, Western Australia
Photo © Ray Lloyd
Cryptoblepharus juno - Horner, 2007
Pronunciation  KRIP-toe-BLEFF-ah-russ   JEW-no
Etymology  Cryptoblepharus: 'hidden eyelid', referring to the fused eyelids.
juno: "Named for Juno who, in Roman religion and mythology, was principal goddess of the Pantheon and the patroness primarily of marriage and the well-being of women."1
Other names   
Snout-to-vent length
Species avg: 4.5 cm
Clutch size
Average: 2
Description Distribution Natural history Conservation Further information More photos


Northern region of the Northern Territory-Western Australian border.

Found in the following Australian states/territories

Northern Territory, Western Australia



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