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Condamine earless dragon

Condamine earless dragon (Tympanocryptis condaminensis)
Bongeen, Queensland
Photo © Ray Lloyd
Tympanocryptis condaminensis - Melville, Smith, Hobson, Hunjan & Shoo, 2014
Pronunciation  TIM-pan-oh-KRIP-tiss  
Etymology  Tympanocryptis: 'hidden ear'.
condaminensis: "Named for the Condamine River and its floodplain on which this species occurs."1
Other names   
Snout-to-vent length
Species avg: 6 cm
Species max: 6.3 cm
Clutch size
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