Marble-faced Delma - profile

TitleMarble-faced Delma - profile
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2005
Corporate AuthorsNSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water
Series TitleThreatened species website
Type of WorkThreatened species profile
Abstract

Description
The Marble-faced Delma (also known as the Southern Legless Lizard) is a slender pygopid (legless lizard) that has an average snout-vent length of about nine centimetres, with the tail twice as long as the body. It is brown to reddish brown above, while the undersurface and lips are off-white or greyish. The top and sides of the head, throat and ventral surface is covered in vertical black bars, while the snout is short and rounded.

URLhttp://www.threatenedspecies.environment.nsw.gov.au/tsprofile/profile.aspx?id=10210

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