The Three-toed skinks (Saiphos equalis) is a species of burrowing skink found in eastern Australia, common in New South Wales and Queensland. It is the only species classified under the genus Saiphos.
Saiphos has attracted scientific attention due to its dual reproduction habits of producing young via eggs in coastal populations, or via live young in colder mountain regions.
- Camilla Whittington (University of Sydney)
- Oliver Griffith (Macquarie University)
- Catherine Grueber (University of Sydney)
- Scott Edwards (Harvard University)
- Atlas of Living Australia: Saiphos equalis