or Nullarbor Marbled Gecko Christinus alexanderi
This specimen of Alexander's Gecko (Christinus alexanderi) with a full original tail was found amongst limestone rocks on the coast.
This specimen of Alexander's Gecko (Christinus alexanderi) has a partially regrown tail.
Alexander's Gecko (Christinus alexanderi) occurs on the Nullarbor Plain and is abundant in some areas.
They superficially resemble the Common Marbled Gecko (Christinus marmoratus)
Extremely common in some localities and often found in pairs, this species likes to live in rock crevices.
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