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Gonatodes albogularis fuscus
(1) Male and (2) Female.
Amazing! keep up good work Carolina!
I love Gonatodes albogularis....nice picture :)
Thank you Chris and Marylou, I've updated it!
Wow! Both of them are so pretty! What a great example of sexual dimorphism!!
I am in agreement with the biologist Carolina. The first one is definitely a male and the second the female. The males have display coloration to attract females of this species. The females have "dull" coloration because they don't need to "show off" for mates.
Mitch, I have a biologist saying the first one is the male, and the second one the female. What do you think?
"Very beautiful and looking very innocent!"
Very handsome lizard!
Oh I really like gekos...
Hi I'm sorry! I didn't see this. You can email to firstname.lastname@example.org everytime you have a question! Also if you see me or other Noah Ranger around the site, leave a comment and we will help you! Sorry again for my late response.
its ok I have it figured out now
can I email you? I have some questions regarding the site and posting
Wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Mitch for helping me out with this :)
Thanks! I'm gonna upload the male in this spotting.
Good call! I didn't notice the collar on the female until you mentioned that. Very cool lizards and great photos!
Totally! Gonatodes albogularis fuscus right?You know I think they are both the same species, but female and male...
Yellowhead Geckgo perhaps?
Lat: 10.99, Long: -74.77
Spotted on Nov 30, 2010 Submitted on Apr 9, 2011
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