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An absolutely up-to-date, new version of the definitive directory of Australia’s vertebrates and their conservation prestige.

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Victoria: T = threatened. Western Australia: R = rare or likely to become extinct; X = presumed extinct; I = protected under an international agreement between Australia and Japan (birds only); O = fauna in need of special protection for reasons other than those listed above. Northern Territory: Xr = regionally extinct in the NT; Xw = extinct in the wild; Ec = critically endangered; N = near threatened. E. Gray, 1842) Demansia papuensis (Macleay, 1877) 2653 2654 Demansia psammophis (Schlegel, 1837) D.

P. pantherinus (Peters, 1866) C. p. calx Storr, 1970 Coarse Sands Ctenotus Ctenotus piankai Storr, 1969 Red-sided Ctenotus Ctenotus pulchellus Storr, 1978 Fourteen-lined Ctenotus Ctenotus quattuordecimlineatus (Sternfeld, 1919) Quinkan Ctenotus Ctenotus quinkan Ingram, 1979 Cape Heath Ctenotus Ctenotus rawlinsoni Ingram, 1979 Pale-rumped Ctenotus Ctenotus regius Storr, 1971 Uncommitted Ctenotus rimacolus Horner & Fisher, 1998 C. r. camptris Horner & Fisher, 1998 C. r. rimacolus Horner & Fisher, 1998 Robust Ctenotus Ctenotus robustus Storr, 1970 Uncommitted Ctenotus rosarium Couper, Amey & Kutt, 2002 Ruddy Ctenotus Ctenotus rubicundus Storr, 1978 Rufous Firesnout Ctenotus rufescens Storr, 1979 Ctenotus Rusty-shouldered Ctenotus rutilans Storr, 1980 Ctenotus Stony-soil Ctenotus Ctenotus saxatilis Storr, 1970 Black-soil Rises Ctenotus schevilli (Loveridge, 1933) Ctenotus Barred Wedgesnout Ctenotus schomburgkii (Peters, 1863) Ctenotus Massive-gibber Ctenotus Ctenotus septenarius King, Horner & Fyfe, 1988 Gravel-downs Ctenotus Ctenotus serotinus Czechura, 1986 North-western SandyCtenotus serventyi Storr, 1975 loam Ctenotus Stern Ctenotus Ctenotus severus Storr, 1969 Straight-browed Ctenotus spaldingi (Macleay, 1877) Ctenotus Buff-striped Ctenotus Ctenotus storri Rankin, 1978 Eastern Barred Ctenotus strauchii (Boulenger, 1887) Wedgesnout Ctenotus 2913 2895 2369 2370 2992 2993 2994 2995 2371 2372 2373 E 2398 2399 2374 2861 R V 2996 2997 2375 2915 2376 2210 2400 R 2377 2378 2379 2211 R 27 2513 2380 2381 2382 2383 2384 Conservation status Queensland, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Tasmania, and South Australia: X = extinct or presumed extinct; R = rare; E = endangered; V = vulnerable.

R. rimacolus Horner & Fisher, 1998 Robust Ctenotus Ctenotus robustus Storr, 1970 Uncommitted Ctenotus rosarium Couper, Amey & Kutt, 2002 Ruddy Ctenotus Ctenotus rubicundus Storr, 1978 Rufous Firesnout Ctenotus rufescens Storr, 1979 Ctenotus Rusty-shouldered Ctenotus rutilans Storr, 1980 Ctenotus Stony-soil Ctenotus Ctenotus saxatilis Storr, 1970 Black-soil Rises Ctenotus schevilli (Loveridge, 1933) Ctenotus Barred Wedgesnout Ctenotus schomburgkii (Peters, 1863) Ctenotus Massive-gibber Ctenotus Ctenotus septenarius King, Horner & Fyfe, 1988 Gravel-downs Ctenotus Ctenotus serotinus Czechura, 1986 North-western SandyCtenotus serventyi Storr, 1975 loam Ctenotus Stern Ctenotus Ctenotus severus Storr, 1969 Straight-browed Ctenotus spaldingi (Macleay, 1877) Ctenotus Buff-striped Ctenotus Ctenotus storri Rankin, 1978 Eastern Barred Ctenotus strauchii (Boulenger, 1887) Wedgesnout Ctenotus 2913 2895 2369 2370 2992 2993 2994 2995 2371 2372 2373 E 2398 2399 2374 2861 R V 2996 2997 2375 2915 2376 2210 2400 R 2377 2378 2379 2211 R 27 2513 2380 2381 2382 2383 2384 Conservation status Queensland, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Tasmania, and South Australia: X = extinct or presumed extinct; R = rare; E = endangered; V = vulnerable.

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