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Striking gecko of about 7cm length without the tail. The pale bands that give this species its name, make it look rather conspicuous on a leaf, but among the underbrush in a forest it's very well camouflaged. It is a ground dwelling species which is adapted to a variety of environments, from rainforest to dry forest and savanna.
Tropical rainforest in Billy Barquedier national park in southern Belize.
Spotted on Mar 11, 2018
Submitted on Mar 21, 2018
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