AUSTRALIAN REPTILE PHOTOS, DISTRIBUTION MAPS AND INFORMATION
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CENTRALIAN LASHTAIL DRAGON
The Centralian Lashtail Dragon Amphibolurus centralis is an inland species found in Queensland, and Northern Territory.
The distribution map above is likely to be very inaccurate, and may be changed considerably as more data becomes available. It should be only used as a rough guide.
The photos of the mature male Centralian Lashtail Dragon Amphibolurus centralis above were taken in Winton, Queensland and supplied by Kate Joy
Note that females and immature males look different to mature males.
Updated January 19, 2019