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Taxonomy of the genus Sepsiscus Biodiversity of the family Scincidae

Bibliography of the genus
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(Reptilia: Sauria: Scincidae)

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Sepsiscus pluto

Couper, P.J. 1992. Anomalopus pluto Ingram, a poorly known skink from Cape York Peninsula. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 32(1): 54.

Ehmann, H.; Swan, G. 1987. Microsympatry, limb characteristics and tail colour in burrowing skinks of the genus Anomalopus. Herpetofauna (Sydney) 17(1-2): 25-27.

Greer, A.E.; Cogger, H.G. 1985. Systematics of the reduce-limbed and limbless skinks currently assigned to the genus Anomalopus (Lacertilia: Scincidae). Records of the Australian Museum 37(1): 11-54.

Hawkes, T.A.; Lethbridge, P.J.; Anthony, M.; McGregor, M. 1994. New conservation status for Anomalopus pluto (Scincidae). Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 37(1): 120.

Ingram, G.J. 1977. A new species of legless skink Anomalopus pluto from Cape York Peninsula, Queensland. Victorian Naturalist 94(2): 52-53.

Wells, R.W.; Wellington, C.R. 1988. Amphibians and reptiles of the Upper Cox's River area, Sydney Basin, New South Wales, Australia, with comments on Greer & Cogger's recent reclassification of the genus Anomalopus. Australian Herpetologist 505: 1-15.