A beautiful Narrow-banded Shovel-nosed Snake (Brachyurophis fasciolata). I got into a bit of trouble over this snake from my employer Jen, because I let it go without showing it to her. It's an uncommon snake and she had never seen one before. I still occasionally remind her how fantastic it was!
To match the white sands of Banksia woodland, here's a light-coloured Bearded Dragon (Pogona minor).
I'm a stick, I'm a stick. You can't see me and I'm just a stick.
Another more common Brachyurophis species, a Southern Shovel-nosed Snake (Brachyurophis semifasciata).
What a beautiful colour and pattern on this harmless burrowing snake. Amazingly the two Brachyurophis species in Western Australia feed on reptile eggs.
The common Spiny-tailed Gecko (Strophurus spinigerus) again, but this time the orange-eyed form inornatus.
This is another of my personal favourites, not a snake, but a harmless Burton's Legless Lizard (Lialis burtonis). This one's a light coloured individual to match the coastal white sand. He's an ambush reptile hunter, so if you're a gecko, look out.