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BURNS' DRAGON
Amphibolurus (was Lophognathus) burnsi


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 Burns' Dragon is a widespread inland species found in the southern half of Queensland,and northern New South Wales, as well as possibly far eastern areas of the Northern Territory and the far north-east corner of South Australia.



It is often observed perching on fence posts and trees. It may easily be confused with many other species of Dragon lizards (Agamas) including the Gilberts Dragon, Horner's Dragon and Jacky Dragon

Note that females and immature males look different to mature males.

Click here to see a photo of a Burn's Dragon at AROD

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