Granite Leaf-tailed Gecko
Image: Queensland Museum
Couper, Schneider & Covacevich 1997
Etymology: Wyberba is a rail-siding on the western boundary of Girraween National Park. The name is reported to be of Aboriginal origin, and said to mean ‘at the end of the mountain'.
Snout-vent length: To 108 mm.
Distribution: South-eastern Queensland and northern New South Wales, extending from the Warwick area south to the Mann River Nature Reserve.
Habitat: Granite outcrops.
Conservation status: Least concern, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service; Protected, Office of Environment and Heritage (NSW).
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