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TOMMY ROUNDHEAD
Diporiphora australis
Grows to around 20cm (8") total length.

The Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) above was photographed at Karawatha, Brisbane, Qld
Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) photographed at Karawatha, Brisbane, Qld

  Eastern Two-lined Dragon Diporiphora australis REPTILES OF AUSTRALIA map
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.

The Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) above was photographed at Karawatha, Brisbane, Qld
The Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) above was photographed at Karawatha, Brisbane, Qld

The Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) above was photographed at Karawatha, Brisbane, Qld
The Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) is an extremely common species in some areas.

The Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) above was photographed at Karawatha, Brisbane, Qld
The Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) above was photographed at Karawatha, Brisbane, Qld

The Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) above was photographed at Karawatha, Brisbane, Qld
The Tommy Roundhead (Diporiphora australis) above was photographed at Karawatha, Brisbane, Qld


Click here to see photos of Tommy Roundheads (Diporiphora australis) at flickr

Click here to see photos of Tommy Roundheads ( Diporiphora australis ) at Flickr
(WARNING - the above links at Flickr may include some misidentified Lizards)


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