I had originally identified this gecko as Diplodactylus pulcher, until I saw photos of a similar gecko from Shark Bay posted by David Fischer. David had identified the gecko he saw as D. klugei partly due to the snout, which is pointier in D. klugei and rounder in D. pulcher. I realized the one I had seen had a pointier snout also, and Scott Eipper confirmed my suspicions that I had was also seen D. klugei.Here is a complete list of the reptiles and frogs I saw on this trip to Western Australia.
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