Lurking on various walls at night around the Footsteps lodge.
Quite a large gecko, this one was on the information centre building within Abuko forest.
Patrolling the bathroom building at Madre Selva.
"It's about 2.5 inches SVL with a 3 inch long tail. It, along with some babies (her words) hang out in the flower bed in front of my mom's shop, and when she waters, they come out." - Jennifer McKenzie
Jennifer McKenzie's mom observed and photographed this Moorish Wall Gecko, and then sent the photo to Jennifer. Jennifer then sent the photo and observation to email@example.com.
The Phyllodactylidae are a family of geckos (Gekkota) consisting of approximately 113 species, distributed throughout the New World, North Africa, Europe and the Middle East. The Phyllodactylidae were described based on a molecular phylogenetic analysis in 2008 and all members possess a unique single codon deletion in the phosducin (PDC) gene. The phyllodactylid genus Bogertia has been recently synonymized with Phyllopezus.