In addition to Matt's post(s) here are some pictures that I got on this trip. I can't be bothered re-counting the number species of reptiles we found, but excluding all the various garden skinks, I think there was around 35-36? Majority of them being new to us, Matt can confirm that if he can be bothered using his brain. I'll start with the snakes and geckos found, only 1 snake got away without it's photo taken, which was a Western Brown. Mulga - P. australis Different animal A rather orange Spotted Black - P. guttatas Juvie And another Myal - Suta suta Brown Tree - Boiga irregularis Geckos Eastern Stone - Diplodactylus vitattus Bynoes - Heteronotia binoei Golden Tailed - Strophurus taenicauda Eastern Dtella - Gehyra dubia Tessellated - Diplodactylus tessellatus Variegated Dtella - Gehyra variegata Marbled Velvet - Oedura marmorata Northern Spiny Tailed - Strophurus ciliaris Eastern Spiny Tailed - Strophurus williamsi Beaked Gecko - Rhynchoedura ornata Steindachner's - Diplodactylus steindachneri Granite Belt Leaf-Tailed - Saltuarius wyberba We found 4 of these within 15 minutes, more than we'd hoped for! Origonal Tail Regenerated Tail The flood waters did come in handy a few times, giving the wagon a bit of a wash Or even yourself!