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Long-nosed waterdragon, aka Long-snouted Lashtail

Lophognathus longirostris, syn Amphibolurus longirostris


Lophognathus species are slender, slightly compressed, agamid lizards that are often found in trees. They occur in a variety of habitat, including sand dunes and arid regions, but frequently near watercourses. Two species are endemic to Australia, Lophognathus gilberti and L. longirostris


Desert habitats, near water. Spotted in a canyon bottom in Karijini National Park, Western Australia.

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HemantKumar 11 years ago

wow this looks amazing n cool capture as well

lori.tas 11 years ago

Here's another spotting Mitch, near some spectacular rock art:

MitchRay 11 years ago

Outstanding photo. What a great-looking critter.

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6754, Western Australia, Australia

Spotted on Sep 25, 2005
Submitted on May 25, 2011

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