|Scientific Name:||Emoia pallidiceps De Vis, 1890|
|Red List Category & Criteria:||Least Concern ver 3.1|
|Assessor(s):||Shea, G., Allison, A. & Tallowin, O.|
Emoia pallidiceps has been assessed as Least Concern due to its large distribution, lack of any major threats and ability to utilize a wide range of habitats.
This species has been recorded in the central mountain range in Papua Province, Indonesian New Guinea, West Sepik and Gulf Province along the north coast to Madang Province, throughout Central Province (Fane, Hane, Dorobisoro and Laronu), throughout the highland Provinces (Southern Highlands, Western Highlands, Enga, Chimbu and Eastern Highlands) east to Milne Bay Province (Fergusson and Normanby island) in Papua New Guinea (Marx 1958, Brown 1991, Allison et al. 1998, Richards and Allison 2003, Goldberg and Kraus 2008). This species occurs from sea level to 1,800 m and is endemic to New Guinea.
Native:Indonesia (Papua); Papua New Guinea (Papua New Guinea (main island group))
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|Population:||This is a very common species (A. Allison pers. comm. 2014).|
|Current Population Trend:||Unknown|
|Habitat and Ecology:|
This terrestrial species occupies a variety of habitats from dense forest, forest clearings, grassland, village clearings, gardens and associated disturbed areas. This terrestrial species is heliothermic. (Brown 1991, Allison et al. 1998)
|Use and Trade:|
It is unlikely that any major threat is impacting this species.
|Citation:||Shea, G., Allison, A. & Tallowin, O. 2015. Emoia pallidiceps. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T42484309A42484314.Downloaded on 24 March 2018.|
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