(De Vis, 1888)
Saproscincus galli Wells & Wellington, 1985
Saproscinus spectabilis known as the pale-lipped shade skink is a small lizard found in Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. The habitat is cool, shaded gullies where it feeds on small insects. It may be seen on sunny rocky outcrops within gullies. Ground cover and rocky cracks are required to avoid predation from birds such as the kookaburra and pied currawong.
- "Saproscincus galli". Nomen.at - animals and plants. Zoonomen.com. Retrieved August 28, 2012.
- John C. Wombey & Ian J. Mason (2006). CSIRO List of Australian Vertebrates: a Reference with Conservation Status. CSIRO Publishing. p. 36. ISBN 9780643090750.
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