Amphibolurus nobbi (AGAMIDAE) Nobbi Dragon

Amphibolurus nobbi (AGAMIDAE) Nobbi Dragon

A small lizard, body length to 8 cm, tail to 19 cm (total length to 27 cm). A common lizard in dry eucalypt forest, especially with plentiful rocky outcrops. When disturbed they freeze in place, with the head held up at an angle. They have five rows of scales, one...
Cyclodomorphus gerrardii (SCINCIDAE) Pink-tongued Skink

Cyclodomorphus gerrardii (SCINCIDAE) Pink-tongued Skink

Pink-tongues grow to about 30 cm. Juveniles are very conspicuously coloured with striking black and cream bands. The colour pattern of the adults varies. The body is usually grey to fawn or brown with a series of dark brown or black bands. In some individuals these...
Dendrelaphis punctulata (COLUBRIDAE) Common Tree Snake

Dendrelaphis punctulata (COLUBRIDAE) Common Tree Snake

Agile and slender, the Common Tree Snake is a non-venomous snake to 2 m usually a little over 1 m. Colour varies from green to yellowish-green, brownish-green, black, can even be blue in a rare form. Under threat, raises itself revealing splashes of blue between its...
Hemidactylus frenatus (GEKKONIDAE) Asian House Gecko

Hemidactylus frenatus (GEKKONIDAE) Asian House Gecko

The introduced Asian House Gecko Hemidactylus frenatus resembles many native geckos, but they are much more talkative. Their chuck, chuck, chuck call is distinctive. They have slightly enlarged spines scattered over their backs and arranged in bands around the...
Lampropholis delicata (SCINCIDAE) Garden Skink, Delicate Grass Skink

Lampropholis delicata (SCINCIDAE) Garden Skink, Delicate Grass Skink

This skink has a head-body length of 5 cm and a tail length of 9 cm. It has five fingers and five toes. Queensland Museum’s Wildlife of Greater Brisbane says it is probably the most common local lizard occurring in all habitat’s including suburban gardens....