Northern Populations Of Jacky Dragon's (amphibolurus Muricatus)

Discussion in 'Field Herping and Reptile Studies' started by WeirdzandBeardz, May 3, 2017.

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    Hey all, just wondering about the distributions of Jacky's around and above Brisbane. A number of distribution maps have them going as far as the Sunshine Coast and some even further to Bundaberg, but when looking at observation records on various sites they seem somewhat dubious and not reflective of current populations (I.e non-verified collectors, over 50 years old, etc.). Makes me wonder if they are incorrect IDs of Diporiphora species.

    So are there any herpers out there that have found solid populations of them Brisbane and more northwards in recent years?

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    Mitch
     
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    I don't know what is going on with that species name, but I typed it as Ampibolurus muricatus, not amphibolurus Muricatus haha
     

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