A Pocket Guide: Lizards of Borneo by Indraneil Das

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Southern China. and all of south-east Asia to Sulawesi and the Philippines: introduced into Papua New Guinea. ~ (Mocquard, 1890) SVL to 86 mm. A tfee gecko from nOl1hern Borneo: txxly ~Iender: preanal groove absent: dorsum brown to yellowish-brown with irregular dark spots that may form dark cross-bars: head with dark brown lateral band from snout-tip to nape: limbs and tail dark-banded. Inhabits dipterocarp rainforests to montane oak forests. between 150-2500 m. Diet comprises insects and other arthropods and two eggs are produced at a time.

H-hrown. with two row, of dark, rectangular spots. Inhabib trcc~ in rainfore\ts and is in,ccti\'orous. Its reproductive habits arc un~nown. Di,trihution: Peninsular lllailand. the Malay Penin,ula and Bomeo. and probahly :ll~o. J :I\':I. 29 Family GE KKON[ DAE Cosymbotus platyurus (Schneider, 1792) SVL to 69 mm. A familiar house gecko: body ~lendcr: a fringe of skin on sides of body and back of hind [imb~: tail nattcncd. with a serrated margin: body depressed. smooth. with tiny granules: dorsum light grey.

The Malay Penin,ula and Bomeo. and probahly :ll~o. J :I\':I. 29 Family GE KKON[ DAE Cosymbotus platyurus (Schneider, 1792) SVL to 69 mm. A familiar house gecko: body ~lendcr: a fringe of skin on sides of body and back of hind [imb~: tail nattcncd. with a serrated margin: body depressed. smooth. with tiny granules: dorsum light grey. with a dark grey streak betw€en eye and shoulder. A human commensal. abundant in {Owns and cities. but also known from forests. Diet comprises spiders

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