Beautiful Dragons — Originally created for bearded dragons, but just as applicable to blue tongue skinks. This is a comprehensive list of fruits, vegetables, and insects rated according to how safe they are to feed. Great tool for making sure your bluey gets a varied diet!
Blue-Tongued Skinks: Contributions to the Knowledge of Tiliqua and Cyclodomorphus — Known as the “Blue Tongue Bible,” this is a must-have for any BTS keeper. Of course, it’s also more expensive than most college textbooks, so jump on it immediately if you ever find a good deal.
BlueTongueSkinks.net — The must-join forum for any blue tongue skink keeper. The best place to make friends with other skink people and get answers to random questions.
Blue Tongue Skink Enthusiasts — (Facebook) Community of blue tongue skink keepers and breeders, promoting an evidence-based, naturalistic approach to reptile keeping.
ReptileMountain.TV — Reptile Mountain’s Youtube channel. Excellent videos with fantastic information delivered by an experienced blue tongue skink breeder. I highly recommend listening to his videos whenever you get a chance.
Behavioral regulation of internal temperature in the lizard Tiliqua scincoides by K. Myhre and H. T. Hammel
Circadian rhythm of behavioral thermoregulation in the sleepy lizard (Tiliqua rugosa) by David J. Ellis et al.
Food Chemical Discriminations by the Omnivorous Scincid Lizards Tiliqua scincoides and Tiliqua rugosa by William E. Cooper, Jr.
Habitat requirements of the endangered pygmy bluetongue lizard, Tiliqua adelaidensis by Nicholas J. Souter
Home range overlap of mothers and their offspring in the sleepy lizard, Tiliqua rugosa by C. Michael BullBen and C. Baghurst
Ocular Anatomy and Retinal Photoreceptors in a Skink, the Sleepy Lizard (Tiliqua rugosa) by Shaun T.D. New et al. (2012)
Oxygen Consumption, Thermal Conductance, and Heart Rate in the Australian Skink Tiliqua scincoides by George A. Bartholomew et al.
Social monogamy and extra-pair fertilization in an Australian lizard, Tiliqua rugosa by C. Michael Bull et al.
Why blue tongue? A potential UV-based deimatic display in a lizard by Arnaud Badiane et al.
Postmortem examination and observations on a wild Eastern Blue Tongue Skink (Tiliqua scincoides scincoides). Performed by Dr. Jonathan Howard.