Common name: Southern Marbled Gecko
Southern Marbled Gecko is one of three species of marbled gecko (Christinus) found in Australia. It is commonly found in aggregations of up to ten individuals - most aggregations contain one male. It is often found under the thick exfoliating bark of large eucalyptus trees during the daytime.
For more information on geckos, please read the general note on Monitors & Geckos.
Distribution: It is widespread southern Australia. Common in lowland areas in Canberra.
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