Bulburin Leaf-tailed Gecko (Ringed Thin-tail Gecko)

Phyllurus caudiannulatus Image: Queensland Museum

Phyllurus caudiannulatus

Covacevich 1975

Etymology: ‘Ring-tailed’.

Snout-vent length:  To 80 mm.

Distribution: Narrowly restricted to Bulburin State Forest on the Dawes Range and Many Peaks Range, south-eastern Queensland.

Habitat: Rainforest.

Conservation status: Vulnerable, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.

Queensland Museum's Find out about... is proudly supported by the Thyne Reid Foundation and the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation.