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Can you help identify this gecko

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sengir

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Hey all just as the title says, can anyone help by telling me what species etc this gecko is. Am interested to know.


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sengir

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Thanks australis, I saw you were on and knew you would be able to help:) Are they a common gecko you see lots of. I haven't seen them on here before.
Also will post a pic of a snake can you tell me what it is as well please.
 

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Australis

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Fairly common gecko within its range from my experience most
nights its the most frequently encountered gecko if im herping
within its range.

The snakes an Australian Coral Snake Brachyurophis australis

Find much else?
 

sengir

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A spotted. Thats about it. Yeah gecko was the most common thing I saw. The coral snake was very very docile. Didn't touch him cause I didn't know how venemous he was (assuming he is venemous(Anything that isn't a python is venemous to me:oops: lol)) but tried to move him off the road with a stick but he didn't want to move and wasn't aggressive at all either. But the little spotted damn was he a savage little thing.

Those little geckoes do they have a common name? They were quite varied in patterning, saw a LOT of them, but asked as I had not seen any on here before.

Thanks for the help
 
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