The morning trap checks often found that the Fat-tailed Geckos (Diplodactylus conspicillatus) had been hunting during the night.
These amazing geckos usually live in vertical spider burrows, probably after having eaten the spider. They use that hard ridged flat tail to block the burrow if anything tries to eat them.
A lot of legless lizards don't have common names. This one is Delma pax, a common legless lizard in this area of the Pilbara.
Close relatives of geckos, legless lizards can be told from a snake by hindlimb flaps, thick fleshy tongues and ear openings (between the rear two black bands in this species).
One of the most interesting legless lizards in Australia, Burton's Snake-lizard (Lialis burtonis). He's a fast-moving lizard hunter, but also eats small geckos, dragons and snakes, with a special hinge allowing his jaws to act like a pair of pincers to grasp prey.