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    It's a Marbled Gecko (Christinus marmoratus)....

    It's a Marbled Gecko (Christinus marmoratus). They are Australia's most southerly and cold resistant gecko, and you're in fact relatively north in their range. Their could also be such things as...
  2. There are no species of Dtella (Gehyra indigenous...

    There are no species of Dtella (Gehyra indigenous to the Newcastle area. Also Asian House Geckos have not yet garnered a foot-hold in the area. They do turn up through climbing aboard trucks, pots,...
  3. It appears to be a Lerista macropisthopus. A...

    It appears to be a Lerista macropisthopus. A rather large member of the limb reduced Australian sand swimming skinks.
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    Yeah they do. Though they are certainly nicely...

    Yeah they do. Though they are certainly nicely sized animals!
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    Yeah that's 100% asper.

    Yeah that's 100% asper.
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    From those pics relatively sure (99%) they are...

    From those pics relatively sure (99%) they are asper. However one further pic showing the detail of the lower half of the body and tail from directly above would be ideal, the sharper the better.
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  7. A revision of some Australian Gehyra

    Revision of Gehyra montium and Gehyra variegata. Resulting in the split of Gehyra variegata (western) and Gehyra versicolor (eastern), and the description of Gehyra moritzi and Gehyra pulingka.
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    Welcome Oedura murrumanu

    New species of Oedura gecko from the Kimberley region of Australia today.
    Oedura murrumanu: http://biotaxa.org/Zootaxa/article/viewFile/zootaxa.3873.1.4/10142

    And my own picture of it from a few...
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    Both are male, they are sexually dimorphic in...

    Both are male, they are sexually dimorphic in size as per most Diplodactylid geckos.
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    Eastern Colour form of the Marbled Velvet Gecko....

    Eastern Colour form of the Marbled Velvet Gecko. Oedura marmorata.

    They look nothing alike spotteds...
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    A Few Geckos

    Just some gecko pictures from the Australian Wilds I've taken recently.

    I know I know the other forum is the Knobtail one, but it's a pretty silly split anyway.
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  12. Two New Heteronotia from Arid Australia

    The species Heteronotia atra from the Australian Pilbara and H. fasciolatus from the Central Australian Rangelands are split from H. spelea.

    PLOS ONE: Speciation on the Rocks: Integrated...
  13. Two New Diplodactylus from South-western Australia

    These were described long before that new Leaf-tail. Guess people only post up stuff that gets sensationalized.
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    While the species steindachneri is certainly...

    While the species steindachneri is certainly correct (the box lined pattern down the back being hard to mistake for anything else), you should be aware Australian Gecko taxonomists consider this...
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    The ID given of Christinus marmoratus is correct,...

    The ID given of Christinus marmoratus is correct, a common and often abundant species in that part of Victoria. The location of the spot is at the point where many reptiles have a pineal eye. However...
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    Hahahaha you can say Email Malfunction again, I...

    Hahahaha you can say Email Malfunction again, I didn't receive the notification email until the 5th of November, after the 2nd extended deadline. :P Oh well, miss out this year, it happens.
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    Definitely both males.

    Definitely both males.
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    Australian Winter Herping

    So it's winter. I hate winter. It's cold, wet, bleak and worst of all, all of the reptiles around me become inactive.

    Fortunately over the past couple weeks I managed to escape some of winter....
  19. Winter Herping in Southern Australia.

    With the Uni holidays winding up, and my need to find herps still far from itched, I decided on spending a week in beautiful, sunny, warm South Australia.

    I flew over on a tuesday and spent the...
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    Ok, so yesterday a friend in Australia put up...

    Ok, so yesterday a friend in Australia put up some pictures of captives he'd just gotten (this friend is Sam who's posted in this thread, perhaps he'll put the pics up here???), which I initially...
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    This paper gives the diagnostic characteristics,...

    This paper gives the diagnostic characteristics, http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2009/f/zt02167p046.pdf. However it is unfortunate that most characteristics are slightly subjective, hard to tell in...
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    Wild pulcher, from the southern end of the range,...

    Wild pulcher, from the southern end of the range, the northern pilbara ones are brighter red.

    http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4133/4979254360_6d6aa4e661_b.jpg
    Diplodactylus pulcher by Stephen...
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    Ironic considering monilis wt are less colourful...

    Ironic considering monilis wt are less colourful than castel wt. :P And yes, you have so much stuff better than us I mayaswell rub in what we do. ;)

    Wild saxicoline territory O. cf marmorata are...
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    Yeah but more than half the stuff over there...

    Yeah but more than half the stuff over there isn't what people think it is. 90% of the D.graniarensis are actually D.furcosus, and the D.granariensis rex are actually D.g. granariensis. It's kinda...
  25. Geckos from recent herping in Western NSW Australia

    So over the past two weekends I've spent some time out in Western NSW herping, looking for geckos.

    The first weekend wasn't far west, only the Hunter Valley, but some nice geckos nonetheless.
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