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Diplodactylus vittatus

2 Eastern Stone Gecko at Nullamanna, NSW

Diplodactylus vittatus at Nullamanna, NSW - 20 Sep 2018
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Identification history

Diplodactylus vittatus 30 Nov 2021 PatrickCampbell
Diplodactylus vittatus 18 Sep 2021 Sarah2019
Unidentified 8 Sep 2021 Harrisi

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Sarah2019 wrote:
   18 Sep 2021
Would be good to get a location
Harrisi wrote:
   18 Sep 2021
I put a pin where I found it. Cant you see the map location?
Sarah2019 wrote:
   19 Sep 2021
No. Can't see the location unfortunately. I'm not sure my settings are working. I've asked Aaron for advice.
Harrisi wrote:
   19 Sep 2021
Sorry to hear Sarah. I rarely suppress my locations, unless appropriate. The location is a private property called 'Five Corners' which is a wildlife reserve. Pre-covid I am aware they had regular public walks and activities out there. If you google it you might get more current local info.
Sarah2019 wrote:
   19 Sep 2021
No worries. Location hasn't come up but just wanted to know for ID purposes. I'm not a moderator for reptiles but I think I have this one correct
   30 Nov 2021
Your ID of Diplodactylus vittatus is correct Sarah and there are several records of this species in the vicinity of this sighting.

BTW, good photo Harrisi.

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Location information

Species information

  • Diplodactylus vittatus Scientific name
  • Eastern Stone Gecko Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Local Native
  • Non-Invasive

Sighting information

  • 1 - 3 Abundance
  • 20 Sep 2018 06:39 PM Recorded on
  • Harrisi Recorded by

Additional information

  • Alive / healthy Animal health

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  • Confirmed by an expert moderator
  • Nearby sighting(s) of same species
  • GPS evidence of location
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