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Nocturnal , harmless and non venomous . Grey above , marbled with darker grey generally a dark streak from eye to shoulder. Lower parts are white . Length of head and body is less than the length of tail . Also the tail is depressed, flat inferiorly with sharp denticulated lateral edge covered above with uniform small granules .
I found it in my lab at my work place (Punjab,India)
Spotted on Feb 19, 2013
Submitted on Feb 19, 2013
You"re welcome KrantiAzad!
Thanks S Frazier !
Ok S Frazier I m going to check it now .... thanks !
I think this may not be H. frenatus although it probably is Hemidactylus. That regenerating tail is something else and looks more like H. platyurus. I don't see H. frenatus' tail as wide at the base as those of the geckos in this spotting.
Thanks Arun !
nice capture !!