Synonyms for leuraensis or Related words with leuraensis

nengeta              copperbelly              chironectes              hyemoschus              wzetin              breydon              canworthy              chimarrogale              spinoletta              hamford              sandvatn              treadin              orbignyi              esthwaite              hymenops              badgworthy              crummock              awlwort              goulburnmurray              fluvicola              ochthornis              veetorn              eulamprus              shinnel              nerodia              arvicola              litigiosa              howellia              devoke              dropworts              lugate              binghu              rhyacornis              whiteadder              chevrotain              speeltuin              himalayica              hydromorphus              meggat              paraleptomys              vesirinkeli              neomys              draycote              hydropotes              belostomatidae              harsnaqar              wqlj              grafham              squamipes              torsonce             



Examples of "leuraensis"
"E. leuraensis" is listed as "endangered" by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
The Water Skink ("Eulamprus" leuraensis) (Endemic to the Blue Mountains, Threatened)
The Blue Mountains water skink ("Eulamprus leuraensis") is a species of skink in the family Scincidae. An endangered species, it is found only in restricted parts of the mountains of southeastern Australia.
The river is known habitat for platypus and certain hanging swamps provide habitat for the endangered and endemic Blue Mountains water skink ("Eulamprus leuraensis"). The rocky sandstone complexes of the plateau provide habitat for some specialised and rare native animal species (e.g. the broad-headed snake, "Hoplocephalus bungaroides"). Woodland communities are habitat for mammals such as the red-necked swamp wallaby, brush-tailed rock wallaby and eastern pygmy possum.
The Grose Valley is a rugged valley, formed by the Grose River, the headwaters of which are in the Mount Victoria area. The valley is located between the Great Western Highway and Bells Line of Road, the two major routes across the Blue Mountains. The majority of the valley falls within the Blue Mountains National Park. The valley is popular for bushwalking and contains extensive wilderness areas. The river flows to the Nepean-Hawkesbury through an undisturbed environment for all but its final . Consequently, the Grose has substantial wild river values, as do its major tributaries such as Wentworth Creek and Carmarthen Brook. The river is known habitat for platypus and certain hanging swamps provide habitat for the endangered and endemic Blue Mountains water skink ("Eulamprus leuraensis"). The rocky sandstone complexes of the plateau provide habitat for some specialised and rare native animal species (e.g. the broad-headed snake, "Hoplocephalus bungaroides"). Woodland communities are habitat for mammals such as the red-necked swamp wallaby, brush-tailed rock wallaby and eastern pygmy possum.