Bibliographie du genre Tiliqua
 
La liste n’est évidemment pas exhaustive (une liste exhaustive sera trois fois plus longue !). Voir aussi la bibliographie (colossale) de Glenn Shea utilisée pour sa thèse sur le genre Tiliqua : Cliquez ici
 
A voir également la bibliographie sur les reptiles australiens du ministère de l’environement australien : Cliquez ici (PDF)
 
Ouvrages spécifiques :
  • Hitz R., Shea G., Hauschild A., Henle K., Werning H. 2000. Bue-tongued skinks. Contributions to Tiliqua and Cyclodomorphus. MSP Verlag (Münster). (existe aussi en allemand sous le titre : Blauzungenskinks). La référence absolue sur les Tiliqua
  • Walls J. 1996. Blue-tongued skinks. TFH publications (petit livre pas cher mais largement surpassé par celui de Hitz & al.)
  • Noël V. 2010. Les scinques à langue bleue, Tiliqua scincoides, T. gigas et T. sp. Irian jaya. Vie dans la nature et élevage en captivité. Livre électronique. http://tiliqua.wifeo.com
 
Ouvrages généraux où le genre est mentionné :
Un document en ligne très intéressant sur les scincidés australiens : http://www.environment.gov.au/biodiversity/abrs/publications/fauna-of-australia/pubs/volume2a/31-fauna-2a-squamata-scincidae.pdf
  •  ALLISON, A. (1982). Distribution and ecology of New Guinea lizards. pp. 803–813 in Gressitt, J.L. (ed.). Biogeography and Ecology in New Guinea. Monographiae Biologicae (42). Dr W. Junk, The Hague.
  •   BARRETT, C. (1950). Reptiles of Australia Crocodiles, Snakes and Lizards. Cassell & Company Limited, London. pp. 22, 26, 67, 70–74. (168pp.)
  •  BATEMAN, G.C. (1897). The Vivarium, being a practical guide to The Construction, Arrangement, and Management of Vivaria, containing full informations as to all reptiles suitable as pets, how and where to obtain them, and how to keep them in health. L. Upcott Gill, London.
  •  BOULENGER, G.A. (1887). Catalogue of the Lizards in the British Museum (Natural History). Vol. III. Lacertidae, Gerrhosauridae, Scincidae, Anelytropidae, Dibamidae, Chamaeleontidae. Trustees of the British Museum, London. pp. 132, 142–149, 211, 221–222, 321–323, pl. xxvi. (575pp + xl pl.)
  •   BRONGERSMA, L.D. (1933a). Herpetological notes IX. Contribution to the herpetology of the Babber-islands. Zoologische Mededeelingen 16(1–2): 27–29.
  •  Browne-Cooper, Robert; Brian Bush, Brad Maryan, David Robinson (2007). Reptiles and Frogs in the Bush: Southwestern Australia. University of Western Australia Press.
  •  BUSTARD, H.R. (1970). Australian Lizards. William Collins (Australia), Sydney. pp. 99, 116–119, 127–128, 149, 152. (162pp.)
  • CAMP, C.L. (1923). Classification of the lizards. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 48(11): 289–481.
  •  COGGER, H.G. (2002). Reptiles and amphibians of Australia. A.H. & A.W. Reed, Sydney. (584pp.) Considéré comme LA bible sur les reptiles australiens.
  •  COGGER, H.G. & HEATWOLE, H. (1981). The Australian reptiles: origins, biogeography, distribution patterns and island evolution. pp. 1331–1373 in, Keast, A. (ed.). Ecological Biogeography of Australia. Vol. 2 Monographiae Biologicae (41). Dr W. Junk, The Hague. (1434pp.) [Reprinted (1984) as pp. 343–360 in, Archer, M. & Clayton, G. (eds.) Vertebrate zoogeography and evolution in Australasia. Hesperian Press, Carlisle. (1203pp.)].
  •  DAUDIN, F.M. (1802). Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière des reptiles. Vol. 4. F. Dufart, Paris. pp. 236–237, 244–245. (397pp.)
  •  DE ROOIJ, N. (1915). The reptiles of the Indo-Australian archipelago. I. Lacertilia, Chelonia, Emydosauria. E.J. Brill, Leiden. pp. 156– 158. (384pp.)
  • DUMÉRIL, M.C. & DUMÉRIL, M.A. (1851). Catalogue méthodique de la collection des reptiles. Gide et Baudry, Paris. pp. 178–180.
  • GRAY, J.E. (1842). Australian reptiles and amphibia. Catalogue of the Species of Reptiles and Amphibia hitherto described as inhabiting Australia. Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science 1(5): 385–387.
  • GRAY, J.E. (1867). The lizards of Australia and New Zealand in the collection of the British Museum. (with 18 plates of the new species, by Mr. Ford.). Bernard Quaritich, London. pp. 4–5 + pl. 9. (8pp + 18pl.)
  • GREER, A.E. (1989). The Biology and Evolution of Australian Lizards. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton.
  • GRIFFITHS, K. (1987). Reptiles of the Sydney Region. Three Sisters Productions Pty Ltd, Winmalee. pp. 12, 104–109. (120pp.)
  • HAUSCHILD A. & GASSNER P. 1995. Skinke im terrarium. Landbuch Verlag.
  • HARMAN, I. (1950). Reptiles as pets. Blandford Press, London. p. 51–53. (115pp.)
  •  [HUNTER, J.] (1790). [untitled] in, White, J. Journal of a Voyage to new South Wales with Sixty-five Plates of Non descript Animals, Birds, Lizards, Serpents, curious Cones of Trees and other Natural Productions. J. Debrett, Picadilly. pp. 242–243 + pl. 30. (299pp. + [35]pl.).
  •  HUNTER, J. (1861). Essays and observations on natural history, anatomy, physiology, psychology, and geology. Being his posthumous papers on those subjects, arranged and revised, with notes. Vol. 2. John van Voorst, London. pp. 368–370. (507pp.).
  •   Huey, R.B., Pianka, E.R. & Schoener, T.W. (eds.) 1983. Lizard Ecology Studies of a Model Organism. Harvard University Press, Cambridge. (501pp.)
  •  MATTISON, C. (1989). Lizards of the World. Blandford Press, London. pp. 26, 28, 56, 69, 83, 152–154, 156. (192pp.)
  • MATZ G. & VANDERHAEGE M. 1979 : Le guide du terrarium. Delachaux & Niestlé.
  • OBST, F.J., RICHTER, K. & JACOB, U. (1988). The completely illustrated atlas of reptiles and amphibians for the terrarium. TFH Publications, Neptune City. pp. 749–750, 753. (831pp.) Référence utilisée par les autorités françaises (ONCFS…) mais aujourd’hui dépassée en matière de taxonomie.
  • PIANKA, E.R. (1986). Ecology and Natural History of Desert Lizards. Princeton University Press, Princeton.
  •  PIANKA E. R. & VITT L. J. 2003. Lizards : Windows to the evolution of diversity. Univeristy of California Press
  • SCHNEIDER, J.G. (1801). Historiae Amphibiorum naturalis et literariae. Fasciculus Secundus continens Crocodilos, Scincos, Chamaesauras, Boas, Pseudoboas, Elapes, Angues, Amphisbaenas et Caecilias. F. Frommann, Jena. p. 202. (364pp.) (Facsimile Edition A. Asher & Co., Amsterdam, 1968).
  • ROGNER M. 1997. Lizards volume 2. Krieger publishing. (existe aussi en allemand)
  •   STORR, G.M., SMITH, L.A. & JOHNSTONE, R.E. (1999). Lizards of Western Australia I. Skinks. University of Western Australia Press with Western Australian Museum, Perth. pp. 5, 7, 177–179, 188–192 + pl. 19–20. (200pp.)
  •  Swan, G.; Shea, G.; Sadlier, R. 2004. A field guide to reptiles of New South Wales. 2nd ed. Reed New Holland, Sydney, Auckland etc. 302 pp.
  • Swan, M.; Watharow, S. 2005. Snakes, lizards and frogs of the Victorian Mallee. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood. 91 pp.
  • SWAN G. 2009 Keeping and Breeding australian Lizards.
  •  Wilson, S. 2005. A field guide to reptiles of Queensland. New Holland, Sydney, etc. 256 pp.
  • WILSON, S. & SWAN, G., 2010. A complete guide to reptiles of Australia New Holland Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd, 480 p.
Articles liés à l’élevage en captivité :
 
  • ADLER, K.K. (1958). Observations on the Australian genera Egernia and Tiliqua in captivity. Ohio Herpetological Society Trimonthly Report 1(3): 9–12.
  • BARTLETT, R.D. (1984a). Notes on the captive reproduction of the Australian skink, Tiliqua nigrolutea. British Herpetological Society Bulletin (10): 34–35.
  • BARTLETT, R.D. (1984b). Notes on the captive propagation of the Australian lizard Tiliqua s. scincoides. Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society 19(1–2): 32–34.
  • Bartlett, R. D. 1994. Notes on the captive reproduction of the Australiam skink, Tiliqua nigrolutea. pp. 55-58. In Simon Townson (eds.) Breeding Reptiles & Amphibians. British Herpetological Society, London.
  • BELL J. A. 2005 Tiliqua scincoides intermedia. Care and captive breeding of the northern blue-tongue skink. Reptilia 41 (GB)
  • BERG, J. (1897). Zur Kenntniss der Stummelschwanzechse (Trachysaurus rugosus). Der Zoologische Garten 38(9): 277–279
  • BLACKET, R.C. (1926). Birth of blue-tongued lizards. Australian Zoologist 4(5): 293.
  • BORCHERT, U. (1971). Zur Haltung von Dornschwanz (Uromastyx acanthinurus) und Blauzungenskink (Tiliqua scincoides). Die Aquarien-und Terrarien Zeitschrift 24(10): 348–351.
  • BOS, G. (1980). De blauwtongskink (Tiliqua scincoides). Het Aquarium (Den Haag) 50(9): 236–237.
  • BUSTARD, H.R. (1958). Larger Australian skinks. Fishkeeping and Water Life 13(12): 595–596.
  • BUSTARD, R. (1958). Blue-tongued and Stump-tailed Skinks. Fishkeeping and Water Life 13(14): 698–699.
  • Brisbane, Karen. 1994. Deformities in blotched blue-tongue lizards Tiliqua nigrolutea after presumed dichlorvis (pest strip) poisoning. Monitor: Bulletin of the Victorian Herpetological Society Inc. 6 (2):55-57.
  • Broaddus, Jane. 1994. Blue-toungued skinks: Tiliqua. Reptile & Amphibian magazine. (March/April):32-39.
  • Card, Winston. 1994. Natural history and husbandry of the shingleback skink (Trachydosaurus rugosus) and the blotched blue-tounged skink (Tiliqua nigrolutea). Vivarium. 6 (3):26-29.
  • CHAUMONT, F. (1963). Meine Beobachtungen bei der Geburt kleiner Blauzungenskinke. Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift 16(5): 151–152.
  • CHAUMONT, F. (1964). Die Aufzucht der jungen Blauzungenskinke. Die Aquarien und Terrarien Zeitschrift 17(1): 28–29.
  • COLEMAN, E. (1944). Lizards under domestication. Victorian Naturalist 61(8): 137–138
  • CONANT, R. & HUDSON, R.G. (1949). Longevity records for reptiles and amphibians in the Philadelphia zoological garden. Herpetologica 5(1): 1–8.
  • DAVEY, H.W. (1944). Some lizards I have kept. Victorian Naturalist 61(5): 82–84; (6): 101–103.
  • DEMARZ, H. (1955). Die Tannenzapfenechse (Trachydosaurus rugosus Gray). Die Aquarien-und Terrarien Zeitschrift 8(8): 216–217.
  • EVARTS, P.W. (1979). The captive propagation of blue-tongued skinks fact or fantasy? pp. 26–30 in, 2nd Annual Reptile Symposium on Captive Propagation and Husbandry. ZCI Inc., Thurmont.
  • FAHR, A. (1910). Trachysaurus rugosus, die Stutzechse. Blätter für Aquarien-und Terrarienkunde 21(42): 674–675; (43): 691–692.
  • GIDDINGS, S. (1984). An Observation of Parturition of a Blotched-Bluetongue. (Tiliqua nigrolutea). SAHG Newsletter May '84: 4.
  • GROSS, J. 1989. Pflege, Geschlechtsbestimmung und Zucht der Tannenzapfenechse Trachydosaurus rugosus. Die Aquarien- und Terrarien Zeitschrift 42(10): 612–613.
  • Gross, Rosita. 2001. Erfolgreiche Nachzucht von Tannenzapfenechsen (Tiliqua rugosa Gray, 1845) nach dem europäischen Rhythmus. Elaphe. 9 (3):15-18.
  • GRIMM, H.-D. (1965). Die Blauzunge. Die Aquarien-und Terrarien Zeitschrift 18(8): 243–244
  • Herrmann, Jan-Matthias. 1997. Haltung und Nachzucht des Schneckenskinks Tiliqua gerrardii. Elaphe. 5 (3):16-18.
  • HITZ, R. (1983). Pflege und Nachzucht von Trachydosaurus rugosus Gray, 1827 im Terrarium (Sauria: Scincidae). Salamandra 19(4): 198–210.
  • HITZ, R. (1984). Geschlechtsbestimmung bei Echsen der Gattungen Tiliqua und Trachydosaurus mittels der Sondenmethode (Sauria: Scincidae). Salamandra 20(1): 39–42.
  • HAUCHECORNE, F. (1929). Zuchterfolge bei der Blauzunge (Tiliqua scinoides) im Zoologischen Garten zu Halle. Der Zoologische Garten (n.s.)2(1/3): 50–51.
  • HORN, H.-G. (1980). Die Riesen mit den kleinen Beinchen: Echsen der Gattungen Tiliqua und Trachydosaurus. Vivarium Darmstadt, Informationen 1980(2): 7–12.
  • JONES, S. (1987). A report on a reproducible and sustainable system for the captive propagation of the genus Tiliqua Gray 1825. pp. 17–25 in, Coote, J. (ed.). Reptiles: proceeding of the 1986 U.K. Herpetological Societies symposium on captive breeding. British Herpetological Society, London. (97+[3]pp.)
  • KANTZ, H. (1990). Die Achatschnecke, ein immer zur Verfügung stehendes Futter, nicht nur für Skinke. Sauria 12(2): 30.
  • KLINGELHÖFFER, W. (1917). Australische Landschaft im Terrarium. Blätter für Aquarien-und Terrarienkunde 28(24): 363–367.
  • KOCH-ISENBURG, L. (1977). Gerrards Blauzungenskink Tiliqua gerrardii (GRAY). Vivarium Darmstadt, Informationen 1976(2): 7–8.
  • LAPTHORNE, T.A. & LAPTHORNE, A.A. (1987). Some notes on the captive reproduction of the New Guinea blue-tongued skink. SWHS [South Western Herpetological Society] Journal 1(1): 32–33.
  • LEBRETON, M. (1990). Reproductive notes on the Eastern Blue-Tongue Lizard Tiliqua scincoides (White 1790). Herpetofauna 20(1): 30–32.
  • MATZ, G. (1968). Les scinques australiens. Aquarama 2(1): 27–29.
  • MATZ, G. (1972a). Les scinques australiens II Egernia Gray, 1838 et Tiliqua Gray, 1825. Aquarama 6(17): 45–47.
  • MATZ, G. (1972b). Einige australische Skinke der Gattungen Egernia und Tiliqua. Die Aquarien-und Terrarien Zeitschrift 25(4): 136–139.
  • MATZ, G. (1973). Biologie et reproduction de Tiliqua gerrardii (Gray) (Scincidae). Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France 98(4): 590.
  • MITSCH, H. (1936a). Trachysaurus rugosus Shaw. Wochenschrift für Aquarien- und Terrarienkunde 33(14): 209–210.
  • MITSCH, H. (1936b). Tiliqua scincoides White. Wochenschrift für Aquarien- und Terrarienkunde 33(30); 487–488.
  • MORRISON, P.C. (1948). Keeping a Stumpy-Tail. Wild Life 10(4): 181.
  • MUDRACK, W. (1969). Einiges über Pflege und Zucht von Blauzungenskinken im Zimmerterrarium. Aqua Terra 6(1): 23–24.
  • MUNSCH, W. (1979). Erschrekendes Ergebnis bei der Zucht der Blauzunge, Tiliqua scincoides. Das Aquarium (125): 526–527.
  • NOËL V. 2009. 5 idées reçues sur les scinques à langue bleue. Reptil’mag n°36
  • NOËL V. 2009 Confusion et hybridation au sei du genre Tiliqua : Tiliqua scincoides (Hunter, 1790), Tiliqua gigas (Schneider, 1801) et Tiliqua sp. Irian Jaya. Bull. Soc. Herp. Fr. 132.
  • NOËL V. 2009. Keeping and breeding the eastern bluetongued skink, Tiliqua s. scincoides. Reptilia 66 (GB)
  • NOËL V. 2010. The world of bluetongued skinks,of the genus Tiliqua. Reptilia (GB) 72 (part. 1) & 73 (part. 2)
  • PATIENCE, P.M. (1972). Sammy - A Shingleback Lizard in captivity. Herpetofauna 5(1): 4–5.
  • PESCOTT, E.E. (1927). Blue-tongue lizards in captivity. Victorian Naturalist 44(8): 212
  • RICHES, B. (1988). Unplanned breeding of blue-tongue skinks. The Herptile 13(2): 52–54
  • ROESCH, K.E. (1956). Ein Beitrag zur Frage der Fortpflanzung und Aufzucht der Stutz-Eidechse (Tiliqua rugosa). Die Aquarien-und Terrarien Zeitschrift 9(10): 270–273.
  • S., W. & TOFOHR, O. (1914). Tiliqua und Lygosoma. Blätter für Aquarien-und Terrarienkunde 25(36): 630.
  • SACHS, W.B. (1957). Over de verzorging van de Australische reuzenskinken. Lacerta 16(1/2): 1–3.
  • SCHILDGER, B. & WICKER, R. (1987). Endoskopische Geschlechtsbestimmung bei Trachydosaurus rugosus (Gray, 1827) (Sauria: Scincidae). Salamandra 23(2/3): 97–105.
  • SCHILDGER, B.-J. & WICKER, R. (1989). Sex determination and clinical examination in reptiles using endoscopy. Herpetological Review 20(1): 9–10
  • SCHMIDT, A. (1979). Opdraet af Tiliqua gigas. Nordisk Herpetologisk Forening 22(10): 238–245.
  • SCHMIDT, A. (1986). Noget om skinker. Nordisk Herpetologisk Forening 29(10): 330–347.
  • SCHNEIDER, K.M. (1941). Über Fettlager im Schwanz der Krusten- (Heloderma Wiegm.) und Stutz-Echse (Trachydosaurus Gray). Der Zoologische Garten 13(3/4): 236–247.
  • SHEA, G.M. & KENT, D.S. (1988). Albinism in blue-tongued lizards (Scincidae: Tiliqua). Herpetofauna 18(2): 3–4.
  • STETTLER, P.H. (1954). De koude overwintering van Zuid-Australische grote hagedissen. Lacerta 12(2/4): 24–26.
  • SWAN, G. (1972). Observations on birth of bluetongues. Herpetofauna 5(2): 9.
  • TREMPER, R.L. (1986). An improved technique for sexing skinks of the genus Tiliqua. pp. 171–174 in, 9th International Herpetological Symposium on Captive Propagation & Husbandry. Zoological Consortium Inc., Thurmont.
  • TSCHAMBERS, B. (1949). Birth of the Australian Blue-Tongued Lizard, Tiligua scincoides (Shaw). Herpetologica 5(6): 141–142.
  • Turner, Grant. 1996. Some litters of the eastern blue-tongued skink Tiliqua scincoides scincoides (Scincidae). Herpetofauna. 26 (2):39-47.
  • SWITAK, K.H. (1986). Zwei Echsen aus Australien: Tannenzapfen- und Blauzungenskink. Aquarien Magazin 20(7): 296–299.
  • VON FISCHER, J. (1882). Die Stummelschwanz-Eidechse (Trachydosaurus asper) in der Gefangenschaft. Die Zoologische Garten 23(7): 206–210.
  • WAGNER, E. (1988). Sexing the Australian skinks. p.107 in, 11th International Herpetological Symposium on Captive Propagation and Husbandry. Zoological Consortium Inc., Thurmont.
  • WAGNER, E. & RICHARDSON, D. (1988). Breeding the Shingleback Skink, Trachydosaurus rugosus. The Vivarium 1(2): 40–41.
  • Walker, Harry. 1994. The care and breeding of pink-tongue skinks, Tiliqua gerrardi. Herptile. 19 (4):148-150.
  • Watharow, Simon and Angela Reid. 2002. The introduced snake mite Ophionyssus natricis on wild populations of Eastern Blue Tongue Lizards (Tiliqua scincoides). Herpetofauna. 32 (1):26-29.
  • Weis, Peter. 1995. Blue-tongued skinks. Reptiles. 2 (4):16-23.
  •  Weis, Peter. 1995. The care of the Australian blue-tongued skinks, genus Tiliqua. Scottish Herpetological Society Newsletter. 1995 (June):5-8.
  •  Weiss, Peter. 1995. The care of the Australian blue-tongued skinks. NTHS News. 13 (2):7-8.
  • WILSON J. 2001. Bluetongued skinks. Reptiles Magazine
 
Autres articles (écologie, observations dans la nature, classification… n’ont pas été retenus les articles très complexes sur l’anatomie ou la physiologie) :
 
  • ABRAMS, R.M. & CALDWELL, F.T. (1967) Regulation of internal body temperature in the blue tongued skink. Federation Proceedings 26(2): 556.
  • ARENA, P.C., RICHARDSON, K.C. & CULLEN, L.K. (1988). Anaesthesia in two species of large Australian skink. Veterinary Record 123(6): 155–158.
  • BAMFORD, M.J. (1982). Bobtail research at Eyre. pp. 49–52 in, Eyre Bird Observatory Report 1979–81. R.A.O.U. Western Australian Group, Perth. (63pp.)
  • BARNETT, B. (1977c). Additional notes on new-born Centralian Bluetongues (Tiliqua Multifasciata). “Newsletter” of the Victorian Herpetological Society (1): 10.
  • BARTON, F. (1931). Habits of Blue-tongue Lizards. Victorian Naturalist 48(3): 47.
  • BENNETT, A.F. & JOHN-ALDER, H. (1986). Thermal Relations of Some Australian Skinks (Sauria: Scincidae). Copeia 1986(1): 57–64.
  • BLACKHALL, S.A. (1990). An unusual observation of a blue-tongued lizard. Tasmanian Naturalist (101): 4.
  • BROWN, G.W. (1991). Ecological Feeding Analysis of South-eastern Australian Scincids (Reptilia: Lacertilia). Australian Journal of Zoology 39(1): 9–29.
  • BULL, C.M. & SATRAWAHA, R. (1981). Dispersal and Social Organisation in Trachydosaurus rugosus. p. 24 in, Banks, C.B. & Martin, A.A. (eds.). Proceedings of the Melbourne Herpetological Symposium. Zoological Board of Victoria, Melbourne. (199pp.)
  • BULL, C.M. (1987). A Population Study of the Viviparous Australian Lizard, Trachydosaurus rugosus (Scincidae). Copeia 1987(3): 749–757.
  • BULL, C.M. (1988). Mate fidelity in an Australian lizard Trachydosaurus rugosus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 23(1): 45–49.
  • BULL, C.M. (1990). Comparisons of Displaced and Retained Partners in a Monogamous Lizard. Australian Wildlife Research 17(2): 135–140.
  • BULL, C.M., McNALLY, A. & DUBAS, G. (1991). Asynchronous Seasonal Activity of Male and Female Sleepy Lizards, Tiliqua rugosa. Journal of Herpetology 25(4): 436–441.
  • Bull, C. Michael; Cooper, Steven J. B.; Baghurst, Ben C. (1998). "Social monogamy and extra-pair fertilization in an Australian lizard, Tiliqua rugosa". J. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 44 (1): 63–72
  • BULL M. C. & BARGHURST B. 1997. Home range overlap of mothers and their offsprings in the sleepy lizard, Tiliqua rugosa. Behav Ecol Sociobiol 42 : 357-362
  • C. M. Bull , and Y. Pamula (1998). "Enhanced vigilance in monogamous pairs of the lizard, Tiliqua rugosa". Behavioural Ecology (Oxford University Press) 9 (5): Pp. 452–455.
  • CABANAC, H.P. & HAMMEL, H.T. (1971). Comportement thermorégulateur du lézard Tiliqua scincoides: Réponses au froid. Journal de Physiologie 63(3): 222–225.
  • CANN, J. (1974). Collecting in Irian Jaya during 1972. Bulletin of Herpetology 1(3): 4–14
  • CARPENTER, C.C. & MURPHY, J.B. (1978). Tongue display by the Common Blue-Tongue (Tiliqua scincoides) Reptilia, Lacertilia, Scincidae. Journal of Herpetology 12(3): 428–429
  • CHRISTIAN, T. (1977). Notes on Centralian Bluetongues (Tiliqua Multifasciata). “Newsletter” of the Victorian Herpetological Society (1): 8–9.
  • COGGER, H.G. (1973b). Classifications of Australian Skinks. Herpetofauna 6(2): 7–14.
  • COGGER, H.G. (1979b). Type specimens of reptiles and amphibians in the Australian Museum. Records of the Australian Museum 32(4): 163–210.
  • COLE, C.E. (1930). Notes on the sleepy lizard. Trachysaurus rugosus (Gray). South Australian Naturalist 12(1): 2–4.
  • DE VREE, F. & GANS, C. (1987). Kinetic Movements in the Skull of Adult Trachydosaurus rugosus. Zentralblatt für Veterinärmedizin, Reihe C. Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 16(3): 206–209.
  • DONNELLAN, S.C. (1991a). Chromosomes of Australian lygosomine skinks (Lacertilia: Scincidae) I. The Egernia group: C-banding, silver staining, Hoechst 33258 condensation analysis. Genetica 83(3): 207–222.
  • DOYLE, M.K. (1987). The blue tongue lizard track to success. Control and Therapy (135)(2367)
  • DRANE, C.R. & WEBB, G.J.W. (1980). Functional morphology of the dermal vascular system of the Australian lizard Tiliqua scincoides. Herpetologica 36(1): 60–66.
  • DRUMMOND, F.H. (1947). Pharyngeo-oesophageal Respiration in the Lizard, Trachysaurus rugosus. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 116: 225–228 + pl. 1.
  • DUBAS, G. & BULL, C.M. (1991). Diet Choice and Food Availability in the Omnivorous Lizard, Trachydosaurus rugosus. Wildlife Research 18(2): 147–155.
  • EDGAR, P. (1987b). Notes on some skinks from the Northern Territory of Australia. British Herpetological Society Bulletin (19): 9–17.
  • EHMANN, H. (1983). The natural history and conservation status of the Adelaide pigmy bluetongue lizard Tiliqua adelaidensis. Herpetofauna 14(1): 61–76.
  • ELFORD, F.G. (1953). Blue-tongued Lizard. Wild Life and Outdoors 18(5): 474–478.
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