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A small lizard with very attractive eyes and two rows of black (soft) spines. Between 4-5 inches (130 mm in total length). They have 'no eyelids' and, as captured here, use their tongue to clean them.
Shrubland near the ground over sandy soils at Kwongan vegetation
There is regulated collection and domestic trade in Western Australia, but no large-scale commercial collection.