This is part 3 of our SW QLD herping trip, here I'll cover the geckos that we found. Eastern Stone Diplodactylus vitattus Unfortunatly the only one we found and without a tail. Bynoes Heteronotia binoei The most common gecko that we encountered and the colours/patterning varied from one area to the next. Golden-Tailed Gecko Strophurus taenicauda A definate highlight and a stunning gecko! Eastern Dtella Gehyra dubia Marbled Velvet Gecko Oedura marmorata Another commonly encountered gecko that was highly variable. Tessellated Gecko Diplodactylus tessellatus Northern Spiny-Tailed Strophurus ciliaris Eastern Spiny-Tailed Strophurus williamsi Steindachner's Gecko Diplodactylus steindachneri Beaked Gecko Rhynchoedura ornata Incredible little gecko and so tiny! I can't identify this gecko, so if somebody could that would be great. Variegated Dtella Gehyra variegata Granite Belt Leaf-tail Saltuarius wyberba We managed to find four of these amazing geckos in the first 15 minutes of looking - which is four more than we expected to find. Original tail. Regenerated tail. Hopefully I havent missed anything. Thanks.