Scientific name: Ctenophorus decresii
Males are grey or grey-brown with cream to orange spots on the sides of the neck. Females are less colourful. Up to 220mm in total length.
Location and habitat
Currently known from three highly restricted and fragmented sites near Mutawintji and Broken Hill.
Habitat and ecology
* Restricted to rock outcrops in ranges and gorges. It is absent from apparently suitable habitat in NSW.
* Diurnal, basking on exposed rocks.