Southwestern Clawless Gecko
Some other names for this species:
Ocellated Clawless Gecko
Walyunga National Park, Western Australia, Australia—November 8, 2005
These small geckos were reasonably plentiful under rocks and logs. All of the ones I saw had broken ore regenerated tails, so I guess the predator activity had been hot and heavy.
This is currently considered the only species in the genus Crenadactylus. However, there are several subspecies with separated ranges, and it's likely that some of them will eventually be elevated to full species status.
Here is a complete list of the reptiles and frogs I saw on this trip to Western Australia.