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Bynoe's Gecko

Heteronotia binoei

The soft and attractive Bynoe's Gecko is considered to be one of the most abundant geckos in Australia.

Many populations of this reptile are parthenogenetic, being composed entirely of females, but the Lake Eyre populations are of mixed sex.

Bynoe's geckos feed on a diet of beetles, spiders and grasshoppers and are themselves consumed by larger reptiles including legless lizards.

This gecko is commonly found in towns and settlements throughout the district.

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Bynoe's gecko

Bynoe's Gecko
Photo - Philip Gee

 

 

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