Reptile Species Recorded at Kingfisher Park Birdwatchers Lodge

The most common reptiles found in the Kingfisher Park Birdwatchers Lodge grounds are Boyd's Rainforest Dragon and Water Dragon. Major Skink pop out from time to time as do Australian Scrub (Amethystine) Python, Common Tree Snake and Brown Tree Snake. Northern Leaf-tailed Gecko are nocturnal and can be difficult to find. Saw-shelled and Northern Long-necked Turtle are in Bushy Creek or the Crake Pool.  

Common Name

Northern Long-necked Turtle
Saw-shelled Turtle
Chameleon Gecko
Eastern Dtella
House Gecko
Northern Leaf-tailed Gecko
Rainbow Skink
Sun Skink
Shade Skink
Major Skink
Eastern Blue-tongue
Boyd's Forest Dragon
Water Dragon
Spotted Tree Monitor
Lace Monitor
Australian Scrub Python (Amethystine)
Carpet Python
Brown Tree Snake
Common (Green) Tree Snake
Macleay's Water Snake
Keelback (Freshwater Snake)
Slaty-grey Snake
Lesser Black Whipsnake
Red-bellied Black Snake

 

 

Latin Name

Chelodina rugosa
Elseya latisternum
Carphodactylus laevis
Hemidactylus frenatus
Gehyra dubia
Saltuarius cornutus
Carlia rubrigularis
Lampopholis coggeri

Saproscincus basiliscus
Egernia frerei
Tiliqua scincoides
Hypsilurus boydii
Physignathus lesueurii
Varanus timorensis
Varanus varius
Morelia amethistina
Morelia spilota
Boiga irregularis
Dendrelaphis punctulata
Enhydris polylepis
Stegonotus parvus
Stegonotus cucullatus
Demansia vestigiata
Pseudechis porphyriacus

 

Thanks to our knowlegable guests for updating our reptile list

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