DOR on FM 2627 (Black Gap Road). GTS 1653. To TNHC.
We found leaf toed geckos earlier (no vouchers) and the one house gecko and got the trifecta with this banded gecko. Too bad we couldn't find Switaks gecko to make it a quad.
We think this Gecko may be may be laying it's eggs soon.
Went looking for Atrox but only found a few geckos, a sidewinder and DOR shovelnose. First gecko ran across road and couldn't get any vouchers but this one was recently hit yet still moving so I got a voucher.
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.