In this article, Darren Naish talks about one of the ACT's most interesting reptiles. In his words
"......I will talk about but one of the many species: the endangered and poorly known Grassland earless dragon Tympanocryptis pinguicolla, long misinterpreted as a subspecies of a supposedly well-known, widely distributed species but now rightfully recognised as a taxonomically distinct grassland specialist associated with arthropod burrows. Or… is that – a complex of species of distinct grassland specialists associated with arthropod burrows?"
View the article in it's entirety here on Scientific American.