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Dtella Gecko?

Gehyra sp


Grey-brown with irregular darker mottling. When foraging at night, lizard becomes pale and almost patternless. Each digit has a broad, almost circular pad; underside is covered with broad, undivided plates. On all but the inner digits (which are clawless), a large claw arises from the centre of the pad, curving forward to protrude beyond it.


Possibly Gehyra dubia but I'd like someone to confirm that.

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1 Comment

brainpunk 10 years ago

It's hard to tell. This might be useful:

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Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Aug 3, 2013
Submitted on Sep 2, 2013

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