The Mokohinau skink, (Oligosoma townsi, formerly Cyclodina townsi), is a species of skink in the family Scincidae. It is endemic to New Zealand and is now found in the Northland area including Three Kings Islands, the Poor Knights Islands and other offshore islands.
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- Chapple DG, Patterson GB, Gleesonc DM, Daugherty CH, Ritchie PA (2008). "Taxonomic revision of the marbled skink (Cyclodina oliveri, Reptilia: Scincidae) species complex, with a description of a new species". New Zealand Journal of Zoology 35 (2): 129–146.
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