Prickly Knob-tailed Gecko
Maximum Snout Vent Length – 115mm
Endemic to Queensland from the coast inland across the centre of the State. In this region found in the drier forests on the western side of the ranges.
Large head, tail reduced in size with a small round terminal knob. Feeds on arthropods and smaller geckos.
For a detailed description of this species please refer to A Field Guide to Reptiles of Queensland by Steve K.
|Photo taken by David Armstrong at Lake Elphinstone