Small-eared skink

Oligosoma stenotis

Summary 1

The small-eared skink, Oligosoma stenotis, is found only on Stewart Island/Rakiura, New Zealand. It was first described in 1994 by Geoff Patterson and Charles Daugherty. It is a moderately small (80 mm snout to vent) skink, that lives in one of the most inhospitable (to lizards) environments on earth.

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