Their long tails count for over two-thirds of their total length.
They are also called Jacky Dragons or Tree Dragons, and are found in the dry sclerophyll forests of southeastern Australia.
Their mouths are yellow - as shown here - and they have bands on their tails.
Jacky Lizards are oviparous - that is, they lay eggs.
These photos were taken in Mt. Wilson and Faulconbridge in the Blue Mountains.