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  • Christian, T. 1977. Notes on centralian bluetongues (Tiliqua multifasciata). Vict. Herp. Soc. Newsletter 1: 8-9.
  • Cogger,H.G. 2000. Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia, 6th ed. Ralph Curtis Publishing, Sanibel Island, 808 pp.
  • Even,Eddy. 2005. Reptielen zoeken in Australië. Lacerta 63 (2): 48-65.
  • Fyfe G. 1984. Some notes on sympatry between Tiliqua occipitalis and Tiliqua multifasciata in the Ayers Rock region and their associations with aboriginal people of the area. Herpetofauna (Sydney) 15 (1) 1983: 18-19.
  • Glauert, L. 1923. Contributions to the fauna of Western Australia. 3. Annotated list of lizards from Wallal. J R. Soc. West. Aust. 9: 57-60.
  • Kinghorn, J. R. 1931. Herpetological notes. 2. Rec. Aust. Mus. 18: 85-91.
  • Mertens, R. 1967. Die herpetologische Sektion des Natur-Museums und Forschungs-Institutes Senckenberg in Frankfurt am Main nebst einem Verzeichnis ihrer Typen. Senckenbergiana Biologica 48: 1-106.
  • Mitchell, F. J. 1950. The scincid genera Egernia and Tiliqua (Lacertilia). Rec. S. Aust. Mus. 9: 275-308.
  • Pianka, E. R. 1972. Zoogeography and speciation of Australian desert lizards: an ecological perspective. Copeia 1972 (1): 127-144.
  • Shea G M; Peterson M. 1981. Observations on sympatry of the social lizards Tiliqua multifasciata Sternfeld and T. occipitals [occipitalis] (Peters). Australian Journal of Herpetology 1 (1) 1981: 27-28.
  • Sternfeld, R. 1919. Neue Schlangen und Echsen aus Zentralaustralien. Senckenbergiana 1: 76-83
  • Sternfeld, R. 1919. Neue Schlangen und Echsen aus Zentralaustralien. Senckenbergiana 1: 76-83.
  • Storr, G. M., Smith, L. A. & Johnstone, R. E. 1981. Lizards of Western Australia. I. Skinks. Perth: University of Western Australia Press and Western Australian Museum, 200 pp.
  • Storr, G. M.; L. A. Smith, and R. E. Johnstone. 1999. Lizards of Western Australia. I. Skinks. Revised Edition. Western Australian Museum.


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