LESUEUR'S GECKO Oedura lesueurii (Dumeril and Bibron, 1836)
Reaching 13 cm the Lesueur's Gecko is found along the coast and ranges of NSW and South East Queensland.
This species occurs in large numbers on sandstone ridges in the Sydney area, where it is usually the dominant gecko species, and the dominant food of the Broad Headed Snake Hoplocephalus bungaroides.
In Sydney and elsewhere these lizards are usually caught sheltering under rock exfoliation's and crevices where they are preyed upon by Tree Snakes and other reptiles. At night they feed on insects adjacent to the rock outcrops.
Females lay two eggs. In some areas these geckoes move into bee hive boxes and appear to co-exist with the bees without any problems. It is not known if the geckoes are feeding on the bees.
The above was from the book Australian Reptiles and Frogs by Raymond Hoser and now available on a fantastic CD-Rom along with a vast amount of other information, papers and the like on reptiles, frogs and other wildlife.