AUSTRALIAN REPTILE PHOTOS AND INFORMATION
Covering Australian Snakes and Lizards, Crocodiles and Turtles
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This is a young Tommy Roundhead Diporiphora australis.
Adults normally have distinctive stripes along their bodies.
Approximate distribution of the Tommy Roundhead Diporiphora australis is shown in dark blue and the approximate distribution of the Black-throated Two-Pored Dragon Diporiphora jugularis which was previously considered to be a junior synonym of Diporiphora australis is shown in red.
This is an extremely common species grows to 18cm total length.
For the only reliable information currently available (2019) for the 2 species on the map please refer to the link below:-
Updated June 24, 2019