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Eastern stone gecko

eastern stone gecko (Diplodactylus vittatus)
Barakula State Forest, Queensland
Photo © Stewart Macdonald
Diplodactylus vittatus - Gray, 1832
Pronunciation  DIP-low-DAK-till-us   vit-TAH-tuss
Etymology  Diplodactylus: 'double-toe'.1
vittatus: 'banded'.1
Other names  Wood gecko
 
 
Snout-to-vent length
Species avg: 5 cm
Reproduction
Oviparous
Clutch size
2
Description Distribution Natural history Conservation Further information More photos

Range

Found in the following Australian states/territories

Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria

Habitat

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