Common name: Olive Legless-lizard
SVL: 133mm. Total length: 400mm
Olive Legless-lizard is one of 21 species of Delma found in Australia. It is also known as the Common Delma. It is deep grey or brown on the back and often has a yellow throat.
Distribution: Found in grassland and woodlands in Canberra and north and west (but not south) of Canberra.
MapsCooleman Ridge Pine Island to Point Hut Gungaderra Grasslands Gigerline Nature Reserve Goorooyarroo Mulanggari Grasslands The Pinnacle Bullen Range Tuggeranong Hill Aranda Bushland Red Hill Nature Reserve Mount Taylor Farrer Ridge Wanniassa Hill Dunlop Grasslands Lower Molonglo Urambi Hills Percival Hill Mulligans Flat Kama Yarramundi Grassland Molonglo River Park Stranger Pond Lake Ginninderra Yerrabi Pond Umbagong District Park National Arboretum Forests Gang Gang at Yass River Rugosa at Yass River Ginninderry Conservation Corridor Franklin Grassland Reserve
PlacesPaddys River, ACT Yass River, NSW Macgregor, ACT Weetangera, ACT Tharwa, ACT Tennent, ACT Gungahlin, ACT Forde, ACT Belconnen, ACT Bango, NSW Holt, ACT Amaroo, ACT Dunlop, ACT Jeir, NSW Molonglo Valley, ACT Cavan, NSW Canberra Central, ACT
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