This is the last gecko I stopped to take pics of but we did see more alive and DOR. In total I believe we saw 15 with 8-9 live and rest DOR.
Another live one, this a cute juvenile found on way out of Borrego Springs.
Finally found a few live geckos on the road to even out the DOR's.
Found another live one with regrown tail minute after finding the previous one.
We finally found a few geckos alive on road and caught for close ups.
One of of about 15 geckos we found on the roads, this one recently hit and tail was still moving.
C. brevis found on the grounds of Independence Creek Preserve. Found under flat rock on the side of a slope, just below the rim rock of the cliff. found in close proximity (2 meters) from an adult C. brevis. Fair weather, few clouds, roughly 70-75 degrees F.
Coleonyx is a genus of terrestrial geckos commonly referred to as banded geckos. They are found throughout the southwestern United States, Mexico and south into Central America. They are relatively small lizards, measuring about 5–6 in (13–15 cm) inches in length. They are nocturnal and are found primarily in dry, rocky habitats.