Nephrurus levis pilbarensis;
Nephrurus pilbarensis drawbridge; It differs from the shape proposed by a mosaic of large scales and small granules through the throat. The pattern is often defined with less white.
There are two mutations of this subspecies; Albino and without cause. Both mutations are simple recessive. The reasonless variety has become the most common variant of Nephrurus Levis pilbarensis in the United States, both in normal forms in albino forms.
This subspecies occupies the territory between the coastal form (occidentalis) and the designated form.
Nephrurus levis occidentalis;
It is located on the central coast of Western Australia. Often “spotted” pattern with paler dye and lack of dorsal pattern.
SVL 100 mm, which is located around the Pernatty lagoon, north of Port Augusta, restricted to the arid sand hills of South Australia. The tail is very thin, with large white tubers. The model has a lot of variation and no two are alike. Juveniles often have a narrow white spine line. IUCN Red classified as rare. This gecko has the smallest range of the genus and is probably the most risky in nature. Females mature at about 19 to 20 grams and reproduce at a moderate rate for the genus.