Boulenger’s Indian Gecko - Geckoella albofasciatus
Geckoella albofasciatus (Gekknoidae) is a species of gecko endemic to the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka, in India.
According to the IUCN assessment, this species has often been confused with G. deccanensis and has only recently been resurrected from its synonymy by Bauer and Giri (2004). Species of Geckoella are sometimes allocated to the genus Cyrtodactylus. Molecular phylogenetic data reveal that Geckoella is embedded within Cyrtodactylus, but formal taxonomic action is pending.
G. albofasciatus is characterized by having heterogeneous, conical dorsal scales and juveniles posses a series of white dorsal trunk bands and a single, yellow nape band.
Geckoella geckos are mostly nocturnal, forest dwelling, insectivores, that are uncommonly encountered due to their secretive habits.
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Locality; Karnataka, Western Ghats, India.