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Taxonomy of the genus Eutropis Biodiversity of the family Scincidae

Bibliography of the genus
Eutropis (South Asian Sun Skinks)

(Reptilia: Sauria: Scincidae)

Note: In order to limit redundancy, relevant literature indexed in the related bibliographies in the left column may not have been included in this page. For a comprehensive search of literature, these bibliographies should therefore also be consulted.


Eutropis in general

Aengals, R. 1995. Reptilian fauna in the plantation of Valparai, Western Ghats, Tamil Nadu. Cobra (Madras) 19: 21-23.

Barley, A.J.; Datta-Roy, A.; Praveen, K.K.; Brown, R.M. 2015. Sun Skink diversification across the Indian-Southeast Asian biogeographical interface. Journal of Biogeography 42(2): 292-304.

Datta-Roy, A.; Singh, M.; Srinivasulu, C.; Karanth, K.P. 2012. Phylogeny of the Asian Eutropis (Squamata: Scincidae) reveals an 'into India' endemic Indian radiation. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 63(3): 817-824.

Gay, T. 1955. A grateful skink. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 52(4): 940.

Horton, D.R. 1973. A new scincid genus from South East Asia. Journal of Herpetology 7(3): 283-287.

Horton, D.R. 1973. Evolution of the genus Mabuya (Lacertilia, Scincidae). Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of New England, Armidale. 311 pp.

Mausfeld, P.; Schmitz, A. 2003. Molecular phylogeography, intraspecific variation and speciation of the Asian scincid lizard genus Eutropis Fitzinger, 1843 (Squamata: Reptilia: Scincidae): Taxonomic and biogeographic implications. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 3(3): 161-171.

McCann, C. 1940. A reptile and amphibian miscellany. I-II. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 41: 742-764.

Sheldon, B.C. 1991. Systematic list of mammal species recorded at Barito Ulu. ICBP (International Council of Bird Preservation) Study Report 48: 55-61.

Wiles, G.J. 2000. Recent records of reptiles and amphibians accidentally transported to Guam, Mariana Islands. Micronesica 32(2): 285-287.

Eutropis allapallensis

Ganesh, S.R.; Arumugam, M. 2016. Species richness of montane herpetofauna of southern Eastern Ghats, India: a historical resume and a descriptive checklist. Russian Journal of Herpetology 23(1): 7-24.

Patel, H.; Naik, V. 2017. Natural history notes: Eutropis allapallensis (Allapalli Grass Skink). Cloacal prolapse. Herpetological Review 48(4): 846-847.

Sharma, R.C. 1973. Specific status of the skink, Mabuya allapallensis Schmidt (Reptilia: Scincidae). Journal of the Zoological Society of India 25(1-2): 150-152.

Thomas, J.; Easa, P.S.; Jahas, S. 1998. Mabuya allapallensis Schmidt a new record for Kerala. Cobra (Chennai) 31: 16-18.

Thomas, J.; Jahas, S.; Easa, P.S. 1997. Status and distribution of reptiles in Wayanad, Kerala. Cobra (Madras) 28: 25-30.

Vyas, R. 2004. First record of Mabuya allapallensis from Gujarat State, India. Hamadryad 28(1-2): 136-138.

Eutropis ashwamedhi

Sharma, R.C. 1969. Two new lizards of the genera Mabuya Fitzinger and Riopa Gray (Scincidae) from India. Bulletin Syst. Zool. 1(2): 71-75.

Srinivasulu, C.; Srinivasulu, B.; Srinivasulu, A.; Seetharamaraju, M. 2016. No longer supple? Molecular phylogeny suggests generic reassignment of Lygosoma ashwamedhi (Sharma, 1969) (Reptilia: Scincidae). Zootaxa 4127(1): 135-148.

Eutropis austini

Batuwita, S. 2016. Description of two new species of Eutropis (Reptilia: Scincidae) from Sri Lanka with a redescription of Eutropis madaraszi (Méhely). Journal of Herpetology 50(3): 486-496.

Eutropis beddomii

Amarasinghe, A.T.T.; Campbell, P.D.; Chandramouli, S.R.; Deuti, K.; Raha, S.; Karunarathna, D.M.S.S.; Ineich, I. 2016. Taxonomy and natural history of Eutropis beddomei (Jerdon, 1870) (Reptilia: Scincidae), including a redescription of the holotype. Zootaxa 4132(4): 509-520.

Ganesh, S.R.; Arumugam, M. 2016. Species richness of montane herpetofauna of southern Eastern Ghats, India: a historical resume and a descriptive checklist. Russian Journal of Herpetology 23(1): 7-24.

Sharma, R.C. 1969. Two new lizards of the genera Mabuya Fitzinger and Riopa Gray (Scincidae) from India. Bulletin Syst. Zool. 1(2): 71-75.

Swamy, A.V.V.S.; Kameswara Rao, K.; Rao, M.V.S. 1999. A contribution to the ecology of scincids (Reptilia: Squamata: Sauria) in the Eastern Ghats of Visakhapatnam region. Journal of Nature Conservation 11(1): 5-14.

Talukdar, S.K.; Gayen, N.C.; Sanyal, D.P. 1977. First record of the skink Mabuya beddomii (Jerdon) (Sauria: Scincidae) from Orissa, India. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 74(3): 538.

Eutropis bibronii

Amarasinghe, A.T.T.; Campbell, P.D.; Chandramouli, S.R.; Deuti, K.; Raha, S.; Karunarathna, D.M.S.S.; Ineich, I. 2016. Taxonomy of two endemic Indian skinks, Eutropis bibronii (Gray, 1838) and E. nagarjunensis (Sharma, 1969) (Reptilia: Scincidae), including redescriptions of their types. Zootaxa 4154(2): 155-168.

Brown, S.B. 1992. Microhabitat relations of some snakes and lizards in Tamil Nadu, south India. Hamadryad 17: 35-38.

Chandramouli, S.R.; Ganesh, S.R.; Sravanan, M.; Baskaran, N. 2012. Record of the sea-shore skink Eutropis bibronii in the Eastern Ghats of southern India. Salamandra 48(4): 241-242.

Karthik, P. 2017. Reptile Rap: Sea-shore Skink - Another inland sighting of Eutropis bibronii (Gray, 1838) in scrub habitat, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Zoos' Print Magazine 32(3): 22-24.

Silva, A. de; Sandaruwan, W.M.J.; Sameera de Zoysa, H.K.; Ukuwela, K.D.B. 2017. An authentic record of Eutropis bibronii (Gray, 1838) (Reptilia: Scincidae) from Sri Lanka. Zootaxa 4329(2): 175–182.

Subramanean, J.; Reddy, M.V. 2010. Effect of casuarina (Casuarina equisetifolia) plantation on the sand skink (Eutropis bibronii Gray 1839) population. Current Science (Bangalore) 98(5): 604-605.

Subramanean, J.; Reddy, M.V. 2010. Seasonal variations in population densities of three lizard species along the Coromandel coast, India. Hamadryad 35(1): 37-45.

Subramanean, J.; Reddy, M.V. 2012. Diurnal variation in densities of three species of lizards - Sitana ponticeriana, Calotes versicolor, and Eutropis bibronii in relation to temperature and relative humidity across different seasons on Cormandel coast near Chennai (India). Russian Journal of Herpetology 19(4): 277-283.

Eutropis bontocensis

Taylor, E.H. 1923. Additions to the herpetological fauna of the Philippine Islands. III. Philippine Journal of Science 22: 515-558.

Eutropis carinata

Bhaduri, J.L. 1943. Notes on the viviparity of the common Indian skink (Mabuya carinata). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 44(1): 130-134.

Brindley, H.H. 1898. Some cases of caudal abnormality in Mabuia carinata and other Lizards. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 11: 680-689.

Daniels, R.J.R. 2000. Unusual colour pattern in the common skink (Mabuya carinata). Cobra (Chennai) 41: 13.

Devasahayam, S.; Devasahayam, A. 1991. Interaction between common skink Mabuya carinata and jungle crow Corvus macrorhynchos. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 88(1): 122.

Devi, S.S. 1991. Habitat and food composition of dominant herpetiles of Vizianagaram District, Andhra Pradesh. Journal of Ecobiology 3(1): 35-38.

Ganesh, S.R.; Arumugam, M. 2016. Species richness of montane herpetofauna of southern Eastern Ghats, India: a historical resume and a descriptive checklist. Russian Journal of Herpetology 23(1): 7-24.

Greer, A.E.; Auffenberg, K.; Auffenberg, W. 2004. Studies on Pakistan lizards: observations on the scincid lizard Mabuya dissimilis (Hallowell, 1860) with comments on two other species in the genus. Hamadryad 28(1-2): 66-72.

Harit, D.N. 1996. Report on lacertilian fauna of Kolasib of Mizoram, India. Himalayan Journal of Environment and Zoology 10(2): 93-94.

Hossain, L.; Jaman, M.F.; Sarker, N.J.; Sarker, S.U. 1999. Food habit and habitats of the common skink, Mabuya carinata Schneider (Squamata: Scincidae). Bangladesh Journal of Zoology 27(2): 157-163.

Joshi, A.G.; Joshi, P.V. 1990. A preliminary note on some biological aspects of the common Indian skink, Mabuya carinata (Schneider) (Reptilia: Sauria: Scincidae). Herpeton (Pune) 3: 11-12.

Joshi, A.G.; Joshi, P.V. 1994. Moulting in Mabuya carinata. Herpeton (Pune) 5-6: 11.

Kannan, R.; Krishnaraj, R. 1988. An incidence of a gecko (Hemidactylus sp.) feeding on a skink. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 85(1): 198-199.

Kannan, R.; Whitaker, Z. 1987. Lizard eats lizard. Hamadryad 12(2): 10.

Karunarathna, D.M.S.S.; Amarasinghe, A.A.T. 2009. Common skink Eutropis carinata (Reptilia: Scincidae) feed on endemic semi-slug Ratnadvipia irradians (Limacoidea: Ariophantidae). Taprobanica 1(2): 135-136.

Kusuma, K.; Shanmukhamma, H.H.; Rajendra, M.; Sarkar, H.B.D. 1996. Lipid and female reproductive cycles in three species of lizards from south India. Indian Journal of Comparative Animal Physiology 12(2) 1994 [?1996]: 61-66.

Pal, A.; Dey, S.; Roy, U.S. 2012. Seasonal diversity and abundance of herpetofauna in and around an industrial city of West Bengal, India. Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation 7(4): 281-286.

Rao, S.K.; Aswathanarayana, N.V. 1979. Karyological studies on four species of lizards from peninsular India. Current Science (Bangalore) 48(15): 667-671.

Seshaiya, R.V. 1938. An instance of "viviparity" in Mabuya carinata (Schn.). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 40: 132.

Srinivasachar, H.R. 1956. Abnormality in the tail of the common skink Mabuya carinata Schneid. Half-yearly J. Mysore Univ. N.S. 15B(2): 107-111.

Swamy, A.V.V.S.; Kameswara Rao, K. 1999. Activity patterns of saurians in Eastern Ghats. Journal of Ecobiology 11(2): 83-88.

Swamy, A.V.V.S.; Kameswara Rao, K.; Rao, M.V.S. 1999. A contribution to the ecology of scincids (Reptilia: Squamata: Sauria) in the Eastern Ghats of Visakhapatnam region. Journal of Nature Conservation 11(1): 5-14.

Underwood, G. 1947. Reptiles of Cocanada. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 46(4): 613-028.

Vyas, R. 1988. Food of the common skink Mabuya carinata (Schneider). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 84(2): 450.

Walikanna, T.P.; Karunarathna, D.M.S.S. 2009. Notes on ex-situ incubation and hatchlings of Eutropis carinata (Schneider, 1801) (Reptilia: Scincidae) from Sri Lanka. Taprobanica 1(1): 63-65.

Willey, A. 1907. Hikanala and Jivama. Spolia Zeylanica 4(16): 186-188.

Eutropis chapaense

Bourret, R. 1937. Notes herpétologiques sur l'Indochine francaise. XII. Les lezards de la collection du laboratoire des sciences naturelles de l'université. Descriptions de cinq espèces nouvelles. Bulletin General de l'Instruction Publique (Hanoi) 16(9) (annexe): 1-23.

Eutropis cumingi

Greer, A.E.; Telford, S.R. 2004. Some observations on the morphology and reproduction of the Philippine Islands skink Mabuya cumingi. Hamadryad 29(1): 1-4.

Ota, H.; Huang, W.S. 2000. Mabuya cumingi (Reptilia: Scincidae): an addition to the herpetofauna of Lanyu Island, Taiwan. Current Herpetology 19(2): 57-61.

Eutropis darevskii

Bobrov, V.V. 1992. [A new scincid lizard (Reptilia, Sauria, Scincidae) from Vietnam]. (In Russian, English summary). Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 71(9): 156-158.

Eutropis dissimilis

Bauer, A.M.; Das, A.; Ahmed, M.F.; Sharma, P.K. 2008. Notes on the distribution, taxonomy and biology of the skink Eutropis dissimilis (Reptilia: Squamata: Scincidae), with first records from Assam, India. Hamadryad 32(1): 65-69.

Cox, R.P.T. 1986. Reptiles of central Nepal. British Herpetological Society Bulletin 15: 13-15.

Datta-Roy, A.; Deepak, V.; Sidharthan, C.; Barley, A.J.; Karanth, K.P. 2015. An addition to the endemic Indian radiation of Eutropis: phylogenetic position of Eutropis dissimilis Hallowell (Squamata: Scincidae). Zootaxa 4027(1): 145-150.

Greer, A.E.; Auffenberg, K.; Auffenberg, W. 2004. Studies on Pakistan lizards: observations on the scincid lizard Mabuya dissimilis (Hallowell, 1860) with comments on two other species in the genus. Hamadryad 28(1-2): 66-72.

Hafeez, M.A.; Naz, Y.; Asmatullah; Ali, S.S.; Tariq, S. 1999. Comparative morphology of the pineal complex of Lacertilia and Ophidia (Squamata, Reptilia): light and electron microscopic study. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 31(1): 45-63.

Hora, S.L. 1927. Notes on lizards in the Indian Museum. 3. On the unnamed collection of lizards of the Family Scincidae. Records of the Indian Museum 29(1): 1-6.

Islam, M.J.; Neogi, A.K.; Khan, M.A.R. 2016. Geographic distribution: Eutropis dissimilis (Striped Grass Skink). Herpetological Review 47(2): 257-258.

Mausfeld, P.; Schmitz, A. 2003. Molecular phylogeography, intraspecific variation and speciation of the Asian scincid lizard genus Eutropis Fitzinger, 1843 (Squamata: Reptilia: Scincidae): Taxonomic and biogeographic implications. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 3(3): 161-171.

Muzammilali, S. 1947. The dermal scutes of Mabuya dissimilis Hallowell. Current Science 16: 348.

Prasad, J. 1959. The skull and the temporal region of Mabuya dissimilis (Hallowell). Proceedings of the Indian Science Congress 46(3): 413.

Rabbe, M.F.; Alam, M.M.; Rahman, M.M. 2017. Geographic distribution: Eutropis dissimilis (Striped Grass Skink). Herpetological Review 48(4): 811.

Sahi, D.N.; Duda, P.L. 1986. Morphological and ecological notes on Scincella Himalayanum and Mabuya dissimilis from Kashmir, India. Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society 21(3-4): 89-91.

Sharma, B.D. 1971. The lacertilian fauna of Poonch Valley (J & K). Gurukula Kangri Vishwavid. J. scient. Res. 3: 82-83.

Shrma, O.P. 2006. Sex chromosome variability in four Indian lizards. Perspectives in Cytology and Genetics 12: 155-168.

Sibtain, S.M. 1938. Studies on the caudal autotomy and regeneration in Mabuya dissimilis Hallowell. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences 8: 63-78.

Siddiqui, M.S.U. (ed.) 1975. National standardised Zoological Collection number. Records of the Zoological Survey of Pakistan 3(1-2): 1-101.

Vyas, R.; Patel, B.H. 1992. Range extension of the striped grass skink Mabuya dissimilis (Hallowell, 1857). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 89(3): 382.

Eutropis gansi

Das, I. 1991. A new species of Mabuya from Tamil Nadu State, southern India (Squamata: Scincidae). Journal of Herpetology 25(3): 342-344.

Eutropis grandis

Howard, S.D.; Gillespie, G.R.; Riyanto, A.; Iskandar, D.T. 2007. A new species of large Eutropis (Scincidae) from Sulawesi, Indonesia. Journal of Herpetology 41(4): 604-610.

Eutropis greeri

Batuwita, S. 2016. Description of two new species of Eutropis (Reptilia: Scincidae) from Sri Lanka with a redescription of Eutropis madaraszi (Méhely). Journal of Herpetology 50(3): 486-496.

Eutropis indeprensa

David, P.; Pauwels, O.S.G.; Lays, P.F.A.G.; Lenglet, G.L. 2006. On a collection of reptiles from southern Mindanao Island, the Philippines. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique Biologie 76: 201-227.

Sison, R.; Gonzales, P.C.; Ferner, J.W. 1995. New island records from Panay, Philippines. Herpetological Review 26(1): 48-49.

Eutropis innotata

Rao, K.T.; Javed, S.M.M.; Srinivasulu, C. 2010. First report of Eutropis innotata (Blanford, 1870) (Reptilia: Scincidae) from Nallamalai Hills, Andhra Pradesh, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 2(1): 666-669.

Eutropis longicaudata

Geissler, P.; Krohn, A.R.; Rennert, D. 2011. Herpetofaunal records in coastal dune areas, Binh Thuan Province, southern Vietnam, with the rediscovery of Oligodon macrurus Angel, 1927. Russian Journal of Herpetology 18(4): 317-324.

Gonzalez, M.; Vindum, J.V. 2005. Geographic distribution: Eutropis longicaudata (Long-tailed Sun Skink). Herpetological Review 36(3): 336-337.

Huang, W. 1994. Report on egg clutch size of the long-tailed skink, Mabuya longicaudata from Taiwan. Journal of Taiwan Museum 47(2): 45-47.

Huang, W. 1995. Karyotype of the long-tailed skink, Mabuya longicaudata (Scincidae: Lacertilia), from Taiwan. Bulletin of the National Museum of Natural Science (Taichung) 5: 139-142.

Huang, W.S. 2006. Ecological characteristics of the skink, Mabuya longicaudata, on a tropical East Asian Island. Copeia 2006(2): 293-300.

Huang, W.S. 2006. Parental care in the Long-tailed Skink, Mabuya longicaudata, on a tropical Asian island. Animal Behaviour 72(4): 791-795.

Huang, W.S. 2007. Costs of egg caring in the skink, Mabuya longicaudata. Ecological Research 22(4): 659-664.

Huang, W.S. 2008. Predation risk of whole-clutch filial cannibalism in a tropical skink with maternal care. Behavioral Ecology 19(6): 1069-1074.

Huang, W.S. 2008. Resources exploitation by ants facilitates lizard egg survival. Ecological Entomology 33(4): 555-559.

Huang, W.S. 2010. Foraging behaviors of two sympatric ant species in response to lizard eggs. Zoology (Jena) 113(2): 85-90.

Huang, W.S.; Lin, S.M.; Dubey, S.; Pike, D.A. 2013. Predation drives interpopulation differences in parental care expression. Journal of Animal Ecology 82(2): 429-437.

Huang, W.S.; Pike, D.A. 2011. Climate change impacts on fitness depend on nesting habitat in lizards. Functional Ecology 25(5): 1125-1136.

Huang, W.S.; Pike, D.A. 2011. Determinants of homing in nest-guarding females: balancing risks while travelling through unfamiliar landscapes. Animal Behaviour 82(2): 263-270.

Huang, W.S.; Pike, D.A. 2011. Does maternal care evolve through egg recognition or directed territoriality? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24(9): 1984-1991.

Huang, W.S.; Pike, D.A. 2013. Testing cost-benefit models of parental care evolution using lizard populations differing in the expression of maternal care. PLoS ONE 8(2): 1-6.

Huang, W.S.; Wang, H. 2009. Predation risks and anti-predation parental care behavior: an experimental study in a tropical skink. Ethology 115(3): 273-279.

Manthey, U.; Manthey, S. 2017. Amphibians and reptiles encountered in Laos: a travel report. Part 2: Lao Pako & Luang Namtha with a detour to Xishuangbanna, China (Feb./March 2003). Sauria (Berlin) 39(3): 3-24.

Norval, G.; Huang, S.C.; Mao, J.J.; Goldberg, S.R. 2012. Notes on some dietary items of Eutropis longicaudata (Hallowell, 1857), Japalura polygonata xanthostoma Ota, 1991, Plestiodon elegans (Boulenger, 1887), and Sphenomorphus indicus (Gray, 1853) from Taiwan. Herpetology Notes 5: 453-456.

Norval, G.; Mao, J.J.; Chu, H.P. 2004. Natural history notes: Mabuya longicaudata (Long-tailed Skink). Predation. Herpetological Review 35(4): 393-394.

Norval, G.; Mao, J.M. 2010. Nachweise von Eutropis longicaudata und Plestiodon elegans als Beute von Dinodon rufozonatum rufozonatum im Chiayi County, Taiwan. Sauria (Berlin) 32(2): 63-65.

Ota, H. 1987. Tree crevices as night shelters for a scincid lizard, Mabuya longicaudata. Journal of Ethology 5(1): 92-94.

Ota, H.; Hikida, T.; Matsui, M.; Hasegawa, M.; Labang, D.; Nabhitabhata, J. 1996. Chromosomal variation in the scincid genus Mabuya and its arboreal relatives (Reptilia: Squamata). Genetica (Dordrecht) 98(1): 87-94.

Sun, Y.Y.; Du, Y.; Yang, J.; Fu, T.B.; Lin, C.X.; Ji, X. 2012. Is the evolution of viviparity accompanied by a relative increase in maternal abdomen size in lizards. Evolutionary Biology (New York) 39(3): 388-399.

Eutropis macrophthalma

Mausfeld, P.; Böhme, W. 2002. A new Mabuya from Java, Indonesia. Salamandra 38(3): 135-144.

Eutropis macularia

Chuaynkern, Y.; Inthara, C.; Lhaotaew, S. 2005. Additional record of the Variable Skink Mabuya macularia (Blyth, 1853) in Pathum Thani Province, Thailand. Thailand Natural History Museum Journal 1(1): 87-89.

Cooper, W.E.; Habegger, J.J. 2000. Elevated tongue-flicking and biting by the insectivorous lygosomine skink Mabuya macularia to prey, but not plant, chemicals. Ethology Ecology & Evolution 12(2): 175-186.

Cooper, W.E.; Hartdegen, R. 2000. Lingual and biting responses to prey chemicals by ingestively naive scincid lizards: discrimination from control chemicals, time course, and effect of method of stimulus presentation. Chemoecology 10(2): 51-58.

Daniels, R.J.R. 2000. Egg laying in the bronze skink (Mabuya macularia). Cobra (Chennai) 41: 12.

Goldberg, S.R. 2015. Reproduction in the Bronze Skink, Eutropis macularia (Squamata: Scincidae) from Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand. Hamadryad 37(1-2): 115-117.

Greer, A.E.; Auffenberg, K.; Auffenberg, W. 2004. Studies on Pakistan lizards: observations on the scincid lizard Mabuya dissimilis (Hallowell, 1860) with comments on two other species in the genus. Hamadryad 28(1-2): 66-72.

Grismer, L.L.; Neang, T.; Chav, T.; Wood, P.L.; Oaks, J.R.; Holden, J.; Grismer, J.L.; Szutz, T.R.; Youmans, T.M. 2008. Additional amphibians and reptiles from the Phnom Samkos Wildlife Sanctuary in northwestern Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia, with comments on their taxonomy and the discovery of three new species. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 56(1): 161-175.

Kalaiarasan, V. 2000. First record of the bronze skink (Mabuya macularia) in the Guindy National Park. Cobra (Chennai) 40: 17.

Khajuria, H. 1986. On habits of some central Indian lizards with morphological notes on Eublepharis hardwickii Gray. Records of the Zoological Survey of India 83(1-2): 19-23.

Leong, T.M.; Chan-ard, T.; Chuaynkern, Y. 2003. Additional anuran and saurian records for Phuket, south Thailand. Natural History Journal of Chulalongkorn University 3(1): 17-21.

Manthey, U.; Manthey, S. 2017. Amphibien und Reptilien von Laos – ein Reisebericht Teil 3: Die Provinz Champasak im Süden (März 2006). Sauria (Berlin) 39(4): 3-18.

Mirza, Z.A.; Sanap, R.V.; Upadhaye, R. 2010. Comments on the systematic status of Eutropis allapallensis Schmidt, 1926 (Sauria: Squamata: Scincidae). Russian Journal of Herpetology 17(4): 245-246.

Ota, H.; Hikida, T.; Matsui, M.; Hasegawa, M.; Labang, D.; Nabhitabhata, J. 1996. Chromosomal variation in the scincid genus Mabuya and its arboreal relatives (Reptilia: Squamata). Genetica (Dordrecht) 98(1): 87-94.

Ota, H.; Hikida, T.; Nabhitabhata, J.; Panha, S. 2001. Cryptic taxonomic diversity in two broadly distributed lizards of Thailand (Mabuya macularia and Dixonius siamensis) as revealed by chromosomal investigations (Reptilia: Lacertilia). Natural History Journal of Chulalongkorn University 1(1): 1-7.

Pongsapipatana, S. 1975. Deposition and approximate incubation period of some reptile eggs from northeastern Thailand. Herpetologica 31(3): 360-364.

Shalauddin, M.; Ahmad, F.; Alam, S.M.I. 2015. Geographic distribution: Eutropis macularia (Bronze Grass Skink). Herpetological Review 46(4): 568-569.

Sharma, P.; Selvaraj, G. 2017. Natural history notes: Psammophilus blanfordanus (Blanford’s Rock Agama). Diet. Herpetological Review 48(1): 200.

Sharma, R.C. 1982. Taxonomic and ecological studies on the reptiles of Gujarat. Records of the Zoological Survey of India 80(1-2): 85-106.

Vyas, R. 2004. Observation on the breeding of Mabuya macularia. Hamadryad 29(1): 137-138.

Eutropis madaraszi

Batuwita, S. 2016. Description of two new species of Eutropis (Reptilia: Scincidae) from Sri Lanka with a redescription of Eutropis madaraszi (Méhely). Journal of Herpetology 50(3): 486-496.

Mausfeld, P.; Schmitz, A. 2003. Molecular phylogeography, intraspecific variation and speciation of the Asian scincid lizard genus Eutropis Fitzinger, 1843 (Squamata: Reptilia: Scincidae): Taxonomic and biogeographic implications. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 3(3): 161-171.

Eutropis multicarinata

Cheng, H.Y. 1987. Notes on Mabuya multicarinata (Sauria, Scincidae) from Lan-Yu, Taiwan. Journal of Taiwan Museum 40(2): 9-12.

Gray, J.E. 1845. Catalogue of the specimens of lizards in the collection of the British Museum. British Museum (Natural History), London. 289 pp.

Ota, H. 1991. Taxonomic status of Mabuya multicarinata (Gray, 1845) (Scincidae: Squamata: Reptilia) from Taiwan, with comments on the herpetofauna of Lanyu Island. Bulletin of the College of Science University of the Ryukyus 51: 11-18.

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Eutropis quadricarinata

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Eutropis quinquecarinata

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Eutropis rugifera

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Eutropis trivittata

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