Herp highlights of Northern Queensland » Saproscincus either basiliscus, czechurai or tetradactylus, Atherton, Aus. 2007 (c) Dr James T. Reardon

Saproscincus sp. in rainforest

Saproscincus sp. in rainforest patch on Queensland tablelands

this little lizard was scampering about in the vegetation below one of the famous curtain figs on the Tablelands. I tried to capture the delicacy and translucence of the little chap, and as it was dusk, used flash to try and get the irridecense of the scales to stand out. It didn’t quite come out as hoped but still shows they little lizard off well I think.

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