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Graaf's ring-tailed dragon

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Ctenophorus graafi - (Storr, 1967)
Pronunciation  ten-OFF-or-uss  
Etymology  Ctenophorus: 'comb-bearer', refering to the comb-like scales around the eyes.
graafi: "named after Mr. Mark de Graaf, an Honorary Associate of this Museum, who collected many reptiles during his term as headmaster of the Warburton Range school. The local aboriginal name for this lizard is 'tantalka' (M. de Graaf)."
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Found in the following Australian states/territories

Northern Territory, Western Australia


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