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Philippine False Gekko

Pseudogekko compresicorpus


Small in size, similar to Common House Gekkos, but this are classified as False Gekkos. Second time to see them in the wild, supposedly not common. This one has blue colours in the edges of its eyes. Pseudogekkos, like Gekkos do not have eye-lids and they uses their tongue to clean/wipe their eyes as seen in Pic#1.


Endemic to Philippines, the genus Pseudogekko are only found in the Philippines.

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Quezon, Philippines

Lat: 14.69, Long: 121.59

Spotted on Jun 27, 2019
Submitted on Jul 1, 2019

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