Other Common Names
Eastern Ringed Xenica, Southern Ringed Xenica

They usually land in places where they blend in well with the background - their undersides offer very good camouflage.
I was pleased to find one in the Ingleburn Reserve in spring 2004, as the area is largely sandstone so I would expect to see them there. Hopefully I'll find G. klugii as well....

Georges River National Park - March 2004.
Ingleburn Reserve - November 2004; March 2005.
Macquarie Fields - November 2004.