AUSTRALIAN REPTILE PHOTOS, DISTRIBUTION MAPS AND INFORMATION
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(was Tiliqua then Hemisphaeriodon) gerrardii
The Pink-tongue Cyclodomorphus gerrardii occurs in coastal Qld. and northern NSW from Cairns to Springwood NSW
The Pink-tongue Cyclodomorphus gerrardii is very snake like and flickers its tongue like a snake, Pattern is variable, some have no bands. They all usually have a black tip in the end of their nose . The tongue is blue in juveniles and pink in adults
Widespread usually in rainforest and semi rainforest, Pink-tongues Cyclodomorphus gerrardii are mainly nocturnal/semi nocturnal and eat mainly slugs and snails. Babies are quite small and usually extremely pretty with strong banding. They are also good climbers and have a prehensile tail.