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FAMILY : Dragons

Jacky Lizard
(Amphibolurus muricatus)
Jacky Lizard
The Jacky Lizard is pale grey to dark brown above. It has a series of large black angular patches along the middle of the back bordered by a pale grey stripe from neck to tail. The pale stripe may be broken into rounded rectangle shapes or diamond... Click to continue>
Nobbi Dragon
(Amphibolurus nobbi)
Nobbi Dragon
The Nobbi Dragon has a distinctive stripe along their backs which is often pale-coloured or even yellow (but can have darker patches). The back part of the lizard (rump and tail) is often tinged with pink or red and the inside of the mouth is pink. Click to continue>
Frilled Lizard
(Chlamydosaurus kingii)
Frilled Lizard
The Frilled Lizard has a large extendible frill round the neck and under throat. When its is alarmed It raises the frill and opens its mouth showing the yellow inside. When resting, the frill is folded over the shoulders.
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Central Netted Dragon
(Ctenophorus nuchalis)
Central Netted Dragon
The Central Netted Dragon gets its name from the net-like pattern over the body. They are reddish brown or yellowish-brown in colour. It is a medium-size terrestrial lizard with relatively short legs, a low crest along the top of the neck, a narrow... Click to continue>
Tawny Dragon
(Ctenophorus decresii)
Tawny Dragon
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Western Netted Dragon
(Ctenophorus reticulatus)
Western Netted Dragon
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Tommy Roundhead Dragon
(Diporiphora australis)
Tommy Roundhead Dragon
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Boyd's Forest Dragon
(Hypsilurus boydii)
Boyd's Forest Dragon
Boyd's Forest Dragon is a lizard with large pointed scales on a crest behind the head. These reptiles spend much of their time perching on the side of tree trunks just one or two metres from the ground waiting to ambush prey Click to continue>
Southern Angle-headed Dragon
(Hypsilurus spinipes)
Southern Angle-headed Dragon
The Southern Angle-headed Dragon ranges from greenish-grey to brown in colour. Has a raised flap of skin with spines on the neck. It is similar to Boyd's Forest Dragon which has even more prominent spines and flaps. Click to continue>
Gilbert's Dragon
(Lophognathus gilberti)
Gilbert's Dragon
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Northern Water Dragon
(Lophognathus temporalis)
Northern Water Dragon
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Thorny Devil
(Moloch horridus)
Thorny Devil
The Thorny Devil is an unusual little reptile covered in thorns including spines above each eye. This lizard belongs to the dragon family and is completely harmless. Thorny Devils have the ability to change colour from yellow to reddish brown to... Click to continue>
Eastern Water Dragon
(Physignathus lesueurii lesueurii)
Eastern Water Dragon
The Eastern Water Dragon is a large lizard. It is grey-brown with black banding and a row of spines from the crest of the head to the tail. Usually has a broad black stripe extending from the eye to the back of the head, Males often have a red belly... Click to continue>
Gippsland Water Dragon
(Physignathus lesueurii howittii)
Gippsland Water Dragon
The Gippsland Water Dragon is a large lizard. It is grey-green and brown with black banding on back and a row of spines from the crest of the head to the tail. The chest is olive green. Males often have patches or stripes of orange, blue and yellow... Click to continue>
Bearded Dragon
(Pogona barbata)
Bearded Dragon
The Bearded Dragon is one of the larger agamid lizards. Gray to brown in color. Pale underneath. Broad, triangular head. Stout body. Row of spines along edge of body and under throat. When threatened puffs up, raises its frill or "beard" and opens... Click to continue>
Central Bearded Dragon
(Pogona vitticeps)
Central Bearded Dragon
The Central Bearded Dragon is similar in shape to the Eastern Bearded Dragon. It has beard of spines around the throat and only one or two rows of spines down the sides. The spines across the back of the head are in a straight line. The body is grey... Click to continue>
Dwarf Bearded Dragon
(Pogona minor minima)
Dwarf Bearded Dragon
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Lawson's dragon
(Pogona henrylawsoni)
Lawson's dragon
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Mitchell's Dragon
(Pogona mitchelli)
Mitchell's Dragon
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Western Bearded Dragon
(Pogona minor minor)
Western Bearded Dragon
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Earless Dragon
(Tympanocryptis tetraporophora)
Earless Dragon
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