Eutropis lankae — no known English name
These fairly generic skinks were reasonably common in the home garden of the ecolodge in which we stayed on the outskirts of the Knuckles mountain range. Like many standard skinks, they tended towards the skittish, coming out into the open to bask for only a few moments before scuttling away. This is a youngster.
- Eutropis lankae account on The Reptile Database
- Eutropis lankae account on iNaturalist
- Sudesh Batuwita, Sampath Udugampala, Udeni Edirisinghe 2020. Description of a new species of Eutropis (Sauria: Scincidae) from the Central Hills of Sri Lanka with the resurrection of Eutropis lankae (Deraniyagala)
- Somaweera, R., Somaweera, N. 2009. Lizards of Sri Lanka: A Colour Guide with Field Keys
- de Silva, A., Ukuwela, K. 2017. A Naturalist's Guide to the Reptiles of Sri Lanka