The Three-toed Earless Skink, Hemiergis decresiensis, is a semi-viviparous Earless Skink from southeastern Australia. It is common in swamp gum forest.[1]

It is a burrowing species characterised by a very elongated body, small limbs, and a long tail. It has only three small toes on each limb. It lays several oval-shaped eggs that hatch only a few days later.


  1. A listing of Australian Skinks 10 January 2001 (accessed 15 January 2007

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