See on Herpetological Review 40(4), 2009
See on Herpetological Review 43(4), 2012
this mediterranean house gecko was trying to find a warm place to hide here in the park
Foto por Nela Quirós
Foto por Franciso Duran
The Gekkonidae are the largest family of geckos consisting of over 950 described species in 51 genera. Many "typical" geckos are members of the Gekkonidae including house geckos (Hemidactylus), tokay geckos (Gekko gecko), and day geckos (Phelsuma). Species of Gekkonidae occur globally and are particularly species-rich in tropical areas.