Reptile Underwoodisaurus milii (Barking Gecko)

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Scientific Name: Underwoodisaurus milii.

Common Names: Barking Gecko.

Order: Squamata

Suborder: Unknown

Family: Carphodactylidae.

Distribution: Most of southern states except Tas.

Habitat: Dfs, shrublands, rocky areas and temperates forests.

Field Notes: Pinkish to dark purplish brown with cream to yellow spots on tubercles.
Tuberclecs on head neck and back. Terrestrial. voice a wheezing bark when threatened.
SVL to 96mm. Skin feels rough.

Source: A Complete Guide to Reptiles of Australia S.Wilson and G. Swan

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Southburnett, SEQld. Jan 2012
 
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oopps wrong id on this one.....actually thicktailed barking gecko... will fix asap
 

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Love the Genus name.....your camera is much better than mine at close ups.
 

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Scientific Name: Underwoodisaurus milii.

Common Names: Barking Gecko.

Order: Squamata

Suborder: Unknown

Family: Carphodactylidae.

Distribution: Most of southern states except Tas.

Habitat: Dfs, shrublands, rocky areas and temperates forests.

Field Notes: Pinkish to dark purplish brown with cream to yellow spots on tubercles.
Tuberclecs on head neck and back. Terrestrial. voice a wheezing bark when threatened.
SVL to 96mm. Skin feels rough.

Source: A Complete Guide to Reptiles of Australia S.Wilson and G. Swan

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Southburnett, SEQld. Jan 2012


Seen this guy too


 
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