Reptiles of
Tinjil [Indonesia]

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Citation: Midtgaard, Rune. RepFocus - A Survey of the Reptiles of the World. (Compilation date: 14th April, 2023).

General remarks: The list includes only formally described species. Newly discovered, but still unnamed species are excluded. However, unnamed species or species unassigned to species level are included, if they are the only representatives of their genus in the region. Species counts exclude extinct and introduced species. Doubtful records, typically older voucher specimens of uncertain origin, have been excluded if considered questionable, as are records based on sources considered unreliable or controversial.
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Lizards (Sauria)
= endemicEX = extinct or assumed extinct

 Family Gekkonidae (Typical Geckos)
Genus Cyrtodactylus (Australasian Bent-toed Geckos)
Cyrtodactylus marmoratus

Marbled Bent-toed Gecko

Mertens 1957
Genus Gehyra (Four-clawed Geckos)
Gehyra mutilata

Common Four-clawed Gecko

Mertens 1957
Genus Gekko (Tokays)
Gekko gecko


Mertens 1957
Genus Lepidodactylus (Scaly-toed Geckos)
Lepidodactylus lugubris

Common Mourning Gecko

Mertens 1957
 Family Scincidae (Skinks)
Genus Carlia (Australian-Pacific Rainbow Skinks)
Carlia nigrauris

Black-eared Rainbow Skink

Mertens 1957 [as fusca] Zug 2010
Genus Eutropis (South Asian Sun Skinks)
Eutropis multifasciata

Many-lined Sun Skink

Mertens 1957
Genus Sphenomorphus (Indo-Pacific Forest Skinks)
Sphenomorphus melanopogon

Black-bearded Forest Skink

Mertens 1957 [as florense] Shea 2012
 Family Varanidae (Monitor Lizards)
Genus Varanus (Monitor Lizards)
Varanus salvator

Asian Water Monitor

Mertens 1957

Snakes (Serpentes)
= endemicEX = extinct or assumed extinct

 Family Viperidae (Vipers)
Genus Craspedocephalus (Ridge-nosed Tree Pitvipers)
Craspedocephalus puniceus

Ashy Pitviper

David, Vogel, Vijayakumar & Vidal 2006 Gumprecht, Tillack, Orlov, Captain & Ryabov 2004 Iskandar & Colijn 2001 Lang 2017 Mertens 1957