AUSTRALIAN REPTILE PHOTOS AND INFORMATION
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KIMBERLEY or SMALL SCALED BEARDED DRAGON
Pogona microlepidota tends to have a banded pattern instead of the patches often seen on some other species. This individual was not photographed near the normal range of the species, however I think it is Pogona microlepidota. If you come across any dragons that look like this or see any photos online, please contact me at email@example.com
The poorly known Kimberly Bearded Dragon Pogona microlepidota appears to have the smallest known distribution of any of the bearded dragon species and is found in the Kimberley's in the remote North- West of Australia. I haven't heard of this species being kept in captivity yet.
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Updated July 19, 2019