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Taxonomy of the family Scincidae
Bibliography of the genus Eutropis
Biodiversity of the family Scincidae








Genus
Eutropis

South Asian Sun Skinks

Südasiatische Sonnenskinke, (Mabuyen)

Sydasiatiske Solskinker

1843 Eutropis Fitzinger (type species: Euprepes sebae Dumeril & Bibron 1839)
1848 Elabites Gistel [substitute name for Euprepis Wagler 1830] (Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002)
1973 Dasamia Horton (type species: Tiliqua rugifera Stoliczka 1870; syn. #)
Contents: 45 species, of which 29 (64.4%) are endemic.
Remarks: Formerly regarded as a synonym of Mabuya (e.g., Smith 1935; Loveridge 1957). Revalidated by Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha (2002). Previously included Toenayar novemcarinata. Specific assignment of populations in Palau, previously identified as multicarinata or multifasciata (e.g., de Rooij 1915; Dryden & Taylor 1969), are uncertain and may represent at least one undescribed species (Crombie & Pregill 1999). Grammatical gender of Eutropis is feminine (Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002; Grismer 2011), not masculine as often thought.
Distribution: S. Asia, Malay Archipelago.
Reported from: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Hong Kong, Yunnan), East Timor (incl. Atauro Island), India (Andaman & Nicobar Islands [Andaman Islands, Nicobar Islands], Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Goa, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Lakshadweep, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal), Indonesia (Alor, Ambon, Anambas Islands, Aru Islands, Babi, Bacan, Bali, Bangka, Banyak Islands, Batu Islands, Bawean Islands, Biak, Buru, Buton, Damar, Enggano, Flores, Halmahera, Haruku, Java, Kabaena, Kalimantan, Kangean Islands, Karimunjawa Islands, Komodo, Laut (off Seram), Lembata, Lombok, Morotai, Natuna Islands [incl. Bunguran], Nias, Panaitan, Penida, Peucang, Riau Islands, Rinca, Rote, Sangir Islands [incl. Biaro, Sangir], Saparua, Sebesi, Sebuku, Selayar, Semau, Seram, Siberut, Simeulue, Sioemat (off Simeulue), Sipura, Sula Islands [incl. Sanana], Sulawesi, Sumatra, Sumba, Sumbawa, Talaud Islands, Tanimbar Islands [incl. Yamdena], Ternate, Tinjil, Togian Islands, Waigeo, Weh, Western New Guinea, Wetar), Laos, Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak, West Malaysia [incl. Langkawi Archipelago, Penang Island, Perhentian Islands, Seribuat Archipelago (incl. Aur, Pemanggil, Tioman)]), Maldives, Micronesia (incl. Ulithi Atoll), Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Palau, Philippines (Babuyan Islands [incl. Babuyan Claro, Barit, Calayan, Camiguin Norte, Dalupiri, Fuga, Mabag, Pamoctan], Batan Islands [incl. Batan, Itbayat, Sabtang], Bohol, Calamian Islands [incl. Busuanga, Calauit], Caluya, Camiguin Sur, Catanduanes, Cebu, Dinagat, Dumaran, Gigante Islands [Gigante Norte, Gigante Sur], Guimaras, Inampulugan, Leyte, Luzon, Mantique, Masbate, Miangas, Mindanao, Mindoro, Negros, Palawan, Panaon, Panay, Polillo, Samar, Semirara, Siargao, Sibuyan, Sicogon, Siquijor, Sulu Islands [incl. Babuan, Basilan, Bitinan, Bolipongpong, Bongao, Bubuan, Butinian, Dipolod, Gounan Islands (Little Gounan), Jolo, Lapac, Sangasanga, Siasi, Sibutu, Sipayu, Sitanki, Tawi-Tawi], Papahag, Simunul, Tablas), Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan (incl. Lanyu Island), Thailand, Vietnam (incl. Cat Ba Island, Con Dao Islands [incl. Con Son]).

Eutropis allapallensis

Allapalli Sun Skink, Allapalli Grass Skink

Allapalli-Sonnenskink

Allapalli-solskink

1926 Mabuya allapallensis Schmidt
Eutropis allapallensis Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Remarks: Status uncertain. Regarded as a synonym of macularia by some authors (e.g., Mirza, Sanap & Upadhaye 2010), but continuously treated as a valid species by others (e.g., Vyas 2011; Ganesh & Arumugam 2016; Bag, Raha & Deuti 2020).
Distribution: India (Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal).


Eutropis andamanensis

Andaman Black-spotted Skink, Andaman Grass Skink

Andamanische Schwarzgefleckter Sonnenskink

Andamansk Sortplettet Solskink

1935 Mabuya andamanensis Smith
Eutropis andamanensis Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: India (Andaman Islands).


Eutropis ashwamedhi

Nagarjunasagar Sun Skink, Nagarjunasagar Dotted Skink

Nagarjunasagar-Sonnenskink

Nagarjunasagar-solskink

1969 Riopa ashwamedhi Sharma
Lygosoma ashwamedhi Das 1996
Eutropis ashwamedhi Srinivasulu, Srinivasulu, Srinivasulu & Seetharamaraju 2016

Distribution: India (Andhra Pradesh, Telangana).


Eutropis austini

Gannoruwa Sun Skink

Gannoruwa-Sonnenskink

Gannoruwa-solskink

2016 Eutropis austini Batuwita

Distribution: Sri Lanka.


Eutropis beddomii

South Indian Sun Skink, (Beddome's South Indian Skink)

Südindischer Sonnenskink

Sydindisk Solskink

1870 Euprepes beddomii Jerdon
Mabuia beddomii Boulenger 1887
Eutropis beddomii Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1870 Euprepes septemlineatus Blanford (Smith 1935; Amarasinghe, Campbell, Chandramouli, Deuti, Raha, Karunarathna & Ineich 2016)

Remarks: Erroneously reported from Andhra Pradesh by Rao, Ghate, Sudhakar, Javed & Krishna (2005). This record refer to nagarjuni (Srinivasulu 2005; Srinivasulu & Das 2008).
Distribution: India (Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tamil Nadu), Sri Lanka.


Eutropis bibronii

Olive-brown Sun Skink, Sand Skink, Olive-Brown Skink, (Bibron's Striped Skink)

Olivenbrauner Sonnenskink

Oliven-solskink

1838 Tiliqua bibronii Gray
Euprepes bibronii Duméril & Bibron 1839
Mabuia bibronii Boulenger 1887
Mabuya bibroni Smith 1935
Eutropis bibronii Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1846 Euprepis trilineata Gray (Thasun, Amarasinghe, Campbell, Chandramouli, Deuti, Raha, Karunarathna & Ineich 2016)

Remarks: Although presence in Sri Lanka has been doubted by some authors (e.g., Thasun, Amarasinghe, Campbell, Chandramouli, Deuti, Raha, Karunarathna & Ineich 2016), bibronii was confirmed for the country by Silva, Sandaruwan, Zoysa & Ukuwela (2017).
Distribution: India (Karnataka, Kerala, Odisha, Tamil Nadu), Sri Lanka.


Eutropis bontocensis

Luzon Mountain Sun Skink

Luzon-Sonnenskink

Luzon-solskink

1923 Mabuya bontocensis Taylor
Eutropis bontocensis Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: Philippines (Babuyan Islands [incl. Barit, Calayan, Dalupiri, Fuga, Mabag], Batan Islands [incl. Batan], Luzon).


Eutropis borealis

Subic Bay Sun Skink

Subic-Bay-Sonnenskink

Subic Bay-solskink

1980 Mabuya multicarinata borealis Brown & Alcala
Eutropis multicarinata borealis Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002 [by implication]
Eutropis borealis Supsup, Guinto, Redoblado & Gomez 2017

Remarks: Previously regarded as a subspecies of multicarinata (e.g., Brown & Alcala 1980). Raised to species status by Barley, Diesmos, Siler, Martinez & Brown (2020), although treated as such by Supsup, Guinto, Redoblado & Gomez (2017), but without discussion.
Distribution: Philippines (Babuyan Islands [Babuyan Claro, Calayan, Camiguin Norte, Fuga], Batan Islands [Batan, Itbayat, Sabtang], Caluya, Catanduanes, Cebu, Gigante Islands [Gigante Norte, Gigante Sur], Luzon, Masbate, Mindanao, Negros, Panay, Polillo, Semirara, Sicogon).





Eutropis caraga

Misamis Sun Skink

Misamis-Sonnenskink

Misamis-solskink

2020 Eutropis caraga Barley, Diesmos, Siler, Martinez & Brown

Remarks: Previously regarded as a population of multicarinata.
Distribution: Philippines (Bohol, Dinagat, Mindanao, Samar, Siargao).





Eutropis carinata

Brahminy Skink, Common Grass Skink, Common Keeled Grass Skink, Common Indian Skink, Indian Shiny Skink, Bronze-spotted Grass Skink, Keeled Indian Grass Skink

Brahmanenskink, Glanzskink

Brahminskink

1801 Scincus carinatus Schneider
Tiliqua carinata Gray 1827
Euprepis carinatus Peters 1864
Euprepes carinatus Blanford 1870
Mabuia carinata Boulenger 1887
Eutropis carinatus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1829 Tiliqua rubriventris Hardwicke & Gray (Smith 1935)
1839 Euprepes sebae Duméril & Bibron [part] (Schleich & Kästle (eds.) 2002)
1953 Mabuya carinata lankae Deraniyagala

Distribution: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India (Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Lakshadweep, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Odisha, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal), Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka.


Eutropis chapaensis

Chapa Ground Skink, Sa Pa Mabuya

Chapa-Sonnenskink

Chapa-solskink

1937 Tiliqua chapaense Bourret
Mabuya chapaense Bobrov 1992
Eutropis chapaense Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: Vietnam.


Eutropis clivicola

Kerala Sun Skink

Kerala-Sonnenskink

Kerala-solskink

1984 Mabuya clivicola Inger, Shaffer, Koshy & Bakde
Eutropis clivicola Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: India (Kerala).


Eutropis cumingi

Zambales Sun Skink

Zambales-Sonnenskink

Zambales-solskink

1980 Mabuya cumingi Brown & Alcala
Eutropis cumingi Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: Philippines (Babuyan Islands [incl. Babuyan Claro, Calayan, Camiguin Norte, Dalupiri, Fuga], Luzon), Taiwan (incl. Lanyu Island).


Eutropis cuprea

Copper Sun Skink

Kupfer-Sonnenskink

Kobbersolskink

2020 Eutropis cuprea Barley, Diesmos, Siler, Martinez & Brown

Remarks: Previously regarded as a population of multicarinata.
Distribution: Philippines (Mindanao).





Eutropis darevskii

Vietnamese Sun Skink, (Darevski's Ground Skink, Darevsky's Mabuya)

Vietnamesischer Sonnenskink

Vietnamesisk Solskink

1992 Mabuya darevskii Bobrov
Eutropis darevskii Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: Vietnam.


Eutropis dattaroyi

Nicobar Sun Skink

Nicobarischer Sonnenskink

Nicobarisk Solskink

2020 Eutropis dattaroyi Amarasinghe, Chandramouli, Deuti, Campbell, Henkanaththegedara & Karunarathna

Distribution: India (Andaman & Nicobar Islands: Nicobar Islands: Great Nicobar Island).





Eutropis dissimilis

Striped Ground Skink, Striped Grass Skink, Striped Olive Sun Skink

Gestreifter Sonnenskink

Stribet Solskink

1857 Euprepis dissimilis Hallowell
Mabuia dissimilis Boulenger 1887
Eutropis dissimilis Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1864 Euprepes monticola Günther (Smith 1935)
1867 Euprepes petersi Steindachner (Smith 1935)
1879 Euprepes guentheri Blanford (Smith 1935)
1885 Euprepes warthii Fischer (Smith 1935)
1927 Mabuya hodgarti Hora (Smith 1935)

Distribution: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand), Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan.


Eutropis englei

Mindanao Sun Skink, Six-striped Mabuya

Mindanao-Sonnenskink

Mindanao-solskink

1925 Mabuya englei Taylor
Eutropis englei Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: Philippines (Mindanao).


Eutropis floweri

Trincomalee Sun Skink, (Taylor's Striped Skink)

Trincomalee-Sonnenskink

Trincomalee-solskink

1950 Mabuya floweri Taylor
Eutropis floweri Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: Sri Lanka.


Eutropis gansi

Kalakkad Forest Sun Skink

Kalakkad-Sonnenskink

Kalakkad-solskink

1991 Mabuya gansi Das
Eutropis gansi Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: India (Tamil Nadu).


Eutropis greeri

Galle Sun Skink

Galle-Sonnenskink

Galle-solskink

2016 Eutropis greeri Batuwita

Distribution: Sri Lanka.


Eutropis gubataas

Upland Sun Skink

Philippinische Berg-Sonnenskink

Filippinsk Bjergsolskink

2020 Eutropis gubataas Barley, Diesmos, Siler, Martinez & Brown

Remarks: Previously regarded as a population of multicarinata.
Distribution: Philippines (Babuyan Islands [Calayan, Camiguin Norte], Luzon).





Eutropis indeprensa

Mindoro Sun Skink, Philippine Ground Skink

Mindoro-Sonnenskink

Mindoro-solskink

1980 Mabuya indeprensa Brown & Alcala
Eutropis indeprensa Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Remarks: Brown & Alcala (1980) reported this species from Mindanao, but their specimens actually came from Mindoro (David, Pauwels, Lays & Lenglet 2006). Welch, Cooke & Wright (1990) and Gaulke (1996) also included Mindanao in the range of indeprensa, probably based on this source. Subsequently, David, Pauwels, Lays & Lenglet (2006) confirmed the presence of the species in Mindanao.
Distribution: Malaysia (Sabah), Philippines (Babuyan Islands [incl. Calayan, Camiguin Norte, Pamoctan], Bohol, Calamian Islands [incl. Calauit], Caluya, Camiguin Sur, Catanduanes, Cebu, Dinagat, Leyte, Luzon, Mindanao, Mindoro, Negros, Palawan, Panay, Samar, Sulu Islands [incl. Sibutu]).


Eutropis innotata

Bronzy-Olive Sun Skink, Bronzy-Olive Skink

Indischer Bronzeskink

Indisk Bronzeskink

1870 Euprepes innotatus Blanford
Mabuia innotata Boulenger 1887
Eutropis innotatus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: India (Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra).


Eutropis islamaliit

Semirara Sun Skink, Striking Philippine Sun Skink

Semirara Sonnenskink

Semirara-solskink

2020 Eutropis islamaliit Barley, Diesmos, Siler, Martinez & Brown

Remarks: Previously regarded as a population of multicarinata.
Distribution: Philippines (Lubang, Semirara, Samar).





Eutropis lapulapu

Mactan Sun Skink, (Lapu-lapu’s Sun Skink)

Mactan Sonnenskink

Mactan-solskink

2020 Eutropis lapulapu Barley, Diesmos, Siler, Martinez & Brown

Remarks: Previously regarded as a population of multicarinata.
Distribution: Philippines (Cebu, Dinagat, Luzon, Mactan, Mindanao, Panay, Samar).





Eutropis lewisi

Santubong Sun Skink

Santubong-Sonnenskink

Santubong-solskink

1895 Mabuia lewisi Bartlett
Eutropis lewisi Amarasinghe, Chandramouli, Deuti, Campbell, Henkanaththegedara & Karunarathna 2020

Remarks: Previously regarded as a synonym of rudis (e.g., Rooij 1915). Revalidated by Amarasinghe, Chandramouli, Deuti, Campbell, Henkanaththegedara & Karunarathna (2020).
Distribution: Indonesia (Kalimantan), Malaysia (Sarawak).





Eutropis longicaudata

Long-tailed Sun Skink, Long-tailed Ground Skink, Long-tailed Sun Skink, Long-tailed Skink

Langschwanz-Sonnenskink

Langhalet Solskink

1857 Euprepis longicaudata Hallowell
Mabuia longicaudata Boulenger 1887
Mabuya longicaudata Stejneger 1907
Eutropis longicaudatus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1864 Eumeces siamensis Günther (Taylor 1963)
Mabuia siamensis Boulenger 1887
1867 Euprepes bicarinatus Peters (Zhao & Adler 1993)
1886 Euprepes ruhstrahti Fischer (Zhao & Adler 1993)

Distribution: Cambodia, China (Guangdong [incl. Nan Ao Island], Hainan, Hong Kong, Yunnan), Laos, Malaysia (West Malaysia [incl. Perhentian Islands, Seribuat Archipelago (incl. Tioman)]), Myanmar, Taiwan (incl. Lanyu Island), Thailand, Vietnam (incl. Cat Ba Island).


Eutropis macrophthalma

Large-eyed Sun Skink, Large-eyed Ground Skink

Großäugiger Sonnenskink

Storøjet Solskink

2002 Mabuya macrophthalma Mausfeld & Böhme
Eutropis macophthalmus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
2007 Eutropis grandis Howard, Gillespie, Riyanto & Iskandar (syn. Amarasinghe, Thammachoti, Campbell, Hallermann, Henkanaththegedara, Karunarathna, Riyanto, Smith & Ineich 2019)

Remarks: The type locality of macophthalma is presumably erroneous. The species is considered endemic to Sulawesi and Buton, following Amarasinghe, Thammachoti, Campbell, Hallermann, Henkanaththegedara, Karunarathna, Riyanto, Smith & Ineich (2019).
Distribution: Indonesia (Buton, Sulawesi).


Eutropis macularia

Speckled Forest Skink, Speckled Sun Skink, Grass Sun Skink, Little Ground Skink, Bronze Grass Skink, Smaller Bronze Grass Skink, Orange-throated Skink, Little Skink, Variable Skink, Rock Skink

Gesprenkelter Sonnenskink

Spættet Solskink

1853 Euprepes macularius Blyth
Mabuia macularia Boulenger 1887
Eutropis macularius Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1839 Euprepes sebae Duméril & Bibron [part] (Schleich & Kästle (eds.) 2002)
1875 Euprepes brevis Günther (Boulenger 1912)
Mabuia brevis Boulenger 1887
1879 Euprepes macularius subunicolor Blanford (Smith 1935)
1909 Lygosoma dawsoni Annandale (Smith 1935)
1926 Mabuya allapallensis Schmidt (Mirza, Sanap & Upadhaye 2010)
Eutropis allapallensis Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1958 Mabuya macularia malcolmi Taylor & Elbel
1958 Mabuya macularia postnasalis Taylor & Elbel
1958 Mabuya macularia quadrifasciata Taylor & Elbel

Other common names:
allapallensis: Allapalli Forest Skink
Remarks: A widely distibuted, highly variable species which needs revision and which may represent a complex of species. Previously included madaraszi (e.g., Smith 1935). The taxon allapallensis was regarded as a synonym of macularia (e.g., Smith 1935), revalidated by Sharma (1976), and then synonymized again with macularius by Mirza, Sanap & Upadhaye (2010). Vyas (2011) still listed the species as valid. Das (2010) apparently omitted this species from West Malaysia (Grismer 2011).
Distribution: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, India (Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Odisha, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Tripura, Uttarakhand, West Bengal), Laos, Malaysia (West Malaysia [incl. Langkawi Archipelago]), Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam.


Eutropis madaraszi

Sri Lankan Spotted Sun Skink

Srilankanischer Sonnenskink

Srilankansk Solskink

1897 Mabuya madaraszi Mehely
Eutropis madaraszi Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Remarks: Previously regarded as a synonym of macularius (e.g., Smith 1935). Revalidated by Taylor (1950).
Distribution: Sri Lanka.


Eutropis multicarinata

Many-keeled Sun Skink, Two-striped Mabuya, (Micronesian Multi-keeled Sun Skink)

Vielkieliger Sonnenskink

Mangekølet Solskink

1845 Tiliqua multicarinata Gray
Mabuia multicarinata Boulenger 1887
Mabuya multicarinata Taylor 1918
Dasamia multicarinata Horton 1973
Eutropis multicarinatus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Remarks: Previously included borealis. Grismer & Aun (2008) listed multicarinata for southern peninsular Malaysia (incl. Seribuat Archipelago), presumably an error for multifasciata, which was not included in their list, although present in the region. Records from Borneo refer to indeprensa (Das 2007c). Records from Palau and Micronesia are believed to represent an undescribed species (Buden 2011).
Distribution: (a revised distribution is in preparation) - Indonesia (Sulawesi, Talaud Islands), Philippines (Babuyan Islands [incl. Babuyan Claro, Calayan, Camiguin Norte, Fuga], Batan Islands [incl. Batan, Itbayat, Sabtang], Bohol, Caluya, Camiguin Sur, Catanduanes, Cebu, Dinagat, Gigante Islands [Gigante Norte, Gigante Sur], Leyte, Luzon, Mantique, Masbate, Miangas, Mindanao, Mindoro, Negros, Panaon, Panay, Polillo, Samar, Semirara, Siargao, Sicogon, Sulu Islands [incl. Basilan, Bitinan, Bongao, Dipolod, Gounan Islands (Little Gounan), Jolo, Sangasanga, Siasi, Sibutu, Sipayu, Sitanki, Tawi-Tawi, Simunul]), Taiwan (incl. Lanyu Island).


Eutropis multifasciata

Many-lined Sun Skink, Many-lined Grass Skink, Common Sun Skink, Common Ground Skink, Oriental Brown-sided Skink, Many-striped Skink, Asian Sun Skink, Village Brown Skink, Warrior Skink, Assam Olive-brown Skink, East Indian Brown-sided Skink, Javan Sun Skink

Vielstreifen-Sonnenskink

Mangestribet Solskink

1820 Scincus multifasciatus Kuhl
Mabuya multifasciata Fitzinger 1826
Mabuia multofasciata Boulenger 1887
Eutropis multifasciatus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1820 Scincus multifasciatus Kuhl
1839 Euprepes sebae Duméril & Bibron (Taylor 1963)
1847 Euprepes rufescens Cantor (Boulenger 1912)
1853 Plestiodon sikkimensis Gray (Taylor 1963)
1860 Tropidolepisma macrurus Bleeker (Taylor 1963)
1878 Euprepes ocellatus Bocourt (Boulenger 1887)
1883 Mabuia multifasciata lateripunctata Müller (Taylor 1922)
1905 Mabuia monticola Annandale (Taylor 1963)
1927 Mabuya multifasciata balinensis Mertens
Eutropis multifasciata balinensis Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1956 Mabuya multifasciata tjendikianensis Mertens
Eutropis multifasciata tjendikianensis Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Remarks: The species has also been recorded from Karnataka (Gayathri, Jayashankar & Avinash 2016), Maharashtra (Hallerman, Ananjeva & Orlov 2001), and Uttar Pradesh (Hallerman, Ananjeva & Orlov 2001). These records have not been confirmed by other works and they are so far from the nearest other records of the species that they are provisionally disregarded herein.
Introduced to: Guam, Taiwan, USA (Florida).
Distribution: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan), East Timor (incl. Atauro Island), India (Andaman & Nicobar Islands [Nicobar Islands], Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura, West Bengal), Indonesia (Alor, Ambon, Anambas Islands, Aru Islands, Babi, Bacan, Bali, Bangka, Banyak Islands, Batu Islands, Bawean Islands, Biak, Buru, Buton, Damar, Enggano, Flores, Halmahera, Haruku, Java, Kabaena, Kalimantan, Kangean Islands, Karimunjawa Islands, Komodo, Laut (off Seram), Lembata, Lombok, Morotai, Natuna Islands [incl. Bunguran], Nias, Panaitan, Penida, Peucang, Riau Islands, Rinca, Rote, Sangir Islands [incl. Biaro, Sangir], Saparua, Sebesi, Sebuku, Selayar, Semau, Seram, Siberut, Simeulue, Sioemat (off Simeulue), Sipura, Sula Islands [incl. Sanana], Sulawesi, Sumatra, Sumba, Sumbawa, Talaud Islands, Tanimbar Islands [incl. Yamdena], Ternate, Tinjil, Togian Islands, Waigeo, Weh, Western New Guinea, Wetar), Laos, Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak, West Malaysia [incl. Langkawi Archipelago, Penang Island, Perhentian Islands, Seribuat Archipelago (incl. Aur, Pemanggil, Tioman)]), Myanmar, Philippines (Babuyan Islands [incl. Camiguin Norte, Fuga], Bohol, Calamian Islands [incl. Busuanga, Calauit], Camiguin Sur, Catanduanes, Cebu, Dinagat, Dumaran, Guimaras, Inampulugan, Leyte, Luzon, Mantique, Mindanao, Mindoro, Negros, Palawan, Panay, Samar, Siargao, Sibuyan, Siquijor, Sulu Islands [incl. Babuan, Basilan, Bongao, Bubuan, Jolo, Papahag, Sangasanga, Siasi, Tawi-Tawi], Tablas), Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam (incl. Cat Ba Island, Con Dao Islands [incl. Con Son]).


Eutropis nagarjunensis

Black-striped Sun Skink, Black-striped Skink

Schwarzstreifen-Sonnenskink

Sortstribet Solskink

1969 Mabuya nagarjuni Sharma
Eutropis nagarjuni Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
Eutropis nagarjunensis [emendation] Thasun, Amarasinghe, Campbell, Chandramouli, Deuti, Raha, Karunarathna & Ineich 2016

Distribution: India (Andhra Pradesh).


Eutropis palauensis

Palau Sun Skink

Palau-Sonnenskink

Palau-solskink

2020 Eutropis palauensis Barley, Diesmos, Siler, Martinez & Brown

Remarks: Previously regarded as a population of multicarinata.
Distribution: Micronesia (Yap State [Fais Island, Ulithi Atoll], Palau.





Eutropis quadratilobus

Bhutan Sun Skink

Bhutan-Sonnenskink

Bhutan-solskink

1992 Mabuya quadratilobus Bauer & Günther
Eutropis quadratilobus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: Bhutan.


Eutropis quadricarinata

Four-keeled Sun Skink, Four-keeled Ground Skink, Four-keeled Grass Skink, Cachar Olive-brown Skink

Vierkieliger Sonnenskink

Firkølet Solskink

1887 Mabuya quadricarinata Boulenger
Eutropis quadricarinatus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1871 Euprepes longicaudata Anderson [not Euprepis longicaudata Hallowell 1857] (Smith 1935)
1905 Mabuya anakular Annandale (Smith 1935)

Distribution: India (Assam), Myanmar.


Eutropis quinquecarinata

Five-keeled Sun Skink, Five-keeled Ground Skink

Fünfkieliger Sonnenskink

Femkølet Solskink

1896 Mabuya quinquecarinata Werner
Eutropis quinquecarinatus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: Indonesia (Simeulue, Sumatra).


Eutropis rudis

Three-keeled Sun Skink, Black-banded Ground Skink, Rough-scaled Brown Skink, Lined Grass Skink, Three-keeled Ground Skink, Black-banded Skink

Dreikiel-Sonnenskink

Trekølet Solskink

1887 Mabuia rudis Boulenger
Mabuya rudis Taylor 1918
Mabuya multifasciata rudis Smith 1935
Eutropis rudis Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Remarks: Previously included lewisi. Presence in Sipora (Indonesia) needs confirmation (Dring, McCarthy & Whitten 1990), although reported by Boulenger (1894).
Distribution: Brunei, India (Nicobar Islands), Indonesia (Ambon, Buru, Buton, Java, Kabaena, Kalimantan, Kangean Islands, Nias, Saparua, Sula Islands, Sulawesi, Sumatra, Talaud Islands), Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak), Philippines (Mindanao, Sulu Islands [incl. Bitinan, Bolipongpong, Bongao, Bubuan, Butinian, Jolo, Lapac, Papahag, Sangasanga, Siasi, Sibutu, Tawi-Tawi]).


Eutropis rugifera

Rough-scaled Sun Skink, Rough-scaled Skink, Rough-backed Ground Skink, Rough-backed Grass Skink, Red-throated Ground Skink, Red-throated Skink, (Nicobar Dark-brown Skink, Nicobar Islands Skink, Nicobar Skink)

Rauhschuppiger Sonnenskink, (Nicobarischer Sonnenskink)

Ruskællet Solskink

1870 Tiliqua rugifera Stoliczka
Mabuia rugifera Boulenger 1887
Dasamia rugifera Horton 1973
Eutropis rugiferus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1871 Euprepis percarinatus Peters (Taylor 1963)
1871 Euprepis percarinatus borneensis Peters (Taylor 1963)
1895 Mabuia rubricollis Bartlett (Smith 1935)
1896 Mabuia quinquecarinata Werner (Taylor 1963)

Distribution: Brunei, India (Nicobar Islands), Indonesia (Bali, Bawean Islands, Java, Karimunjawa Islands, Natuna Islands, Nias, Penida, Peucang, Siberut, Simeulue, Sipura, Sumatra), Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak, West Malaysia), Singapore, Thailand.


Eutropis sahulinghangganan

Palawan Sun Skink

Palawan Sonnenskink

Palawan-solskink

2020 Eutropis sahulinghangganan Barley, Diesmos, Siler, Martinez & Brown

Remarks: Previously regarded as a population of multicarinata.
Distribution: Philippines (Palawan).





Eutropis sibalom

Sibalom Sun Skink

Sibalom Sonnenskink

Sibalom-solskink

2020 Eutropis sibalom Barley, Diesmos, Siler, Martinez & Brown

Remarks: Previously regarded as a population of multicarinata.
Distribution: Philippines (Panay).





Eutropis tammanna

Tammanna Sun Skink, Tammanna Skink

Tammanna-Sonnenskink

Tammanna-solskink

2008 Eutropis tammanna Das, De Silva & Austin

Distribution: Sri Lanka.


Eutropis trivittata

Three-striped Sun Skink, Five-striped Skink

Dreistreifiger Sonnenskink

Trestribet Solskink

1827 Tiliqua trivittata Hardwicke & Gray
Euprepes trivittatus Blandford 1870
Eumeces trivittatus Anderson 1871
Mabuya trivittata Smith 1935
Eutropis trivittatus Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002
1887 Mabuia vertebralis Boulenger (Smith 1935)

Distribution: India (Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal).


Eutropis tytleri

Andaman Sun Skink, Andaman Bronzy Skink, (Tytler's Grass Skink)

Andamanischer Bronzeskink

Andamansk Bronzeskink

1868 Scincus tytleri Theobald
Mabuia tytleri Boulenger 1887
Eutropis tytleri Mausfeld, Schmitz, Böhme, Misof, Vrcibradic & Rocha 2002

Distribution: India (Andaman Islands).