Ctenotus regius Storr, 1971
Ctenotus regius is found throughout most parts of the eastern two thirds of South Australia, and adjacent parts of Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and the Northern Territory.
This 15 cm skink is similar in most respects to Leonhard's Skink Ctenotus leonhardii, and is most commonly found in areas with clay and loamy soils and little ground cover.
Ctenotus regius is very common in grazing country.
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