A couple of reptile images from that field trip I mentioned that took place a month or so ago.
It looks a bit like a blue-tongue only its tongue is pink. So guess what it's called?
Yup, a pink tongue. Hemisphaeriodon gerrardii to be precise. It's a nocturnal, largely arboreal skink with impressive hooked claws and a flexible tail for climbing. During frogging forays they are occasionally spotted hanging on happily a few metres up a tree trunk.
They've reputedly got a tremendous amount of bite force, used in separating snail shells from their owners (don't tell Snail!).