A monotypic genus found in Western Australia and Northern Territory.
|Species Name||Common Name||Distribution||Size||Notes|
|C. aurita||Gravel Dragon||Australia (Northern Territory and Western Australia)||?? SVL||Found on stony soils with spinifex, mainly in the arid interior of its range. Its squat shape and coloration resemble the "gibber" stones of the area. Scalation details: 16-20 supralabials form distinct fringe on upper lip; dorsally scattered enlarged tubercles. Other: 10-18 preanal and femoral pores. Coloration: light reddish brick colour.|