Head-Body Length:9.5 cm
Identification:The barking gecko is reddish-brown with yellow spot. It has a thick, black tail that has white bands that come to a fine point at the end of it.
Reproduction:A typical clutch includes two soft-shelled eggs.
Behavior:Being more cold-tolerant than other geckos, the barking gecko is active night and day.
Status:No special status
Interesting Facts:When feeling threatened or aggressive, barking geckos will raise their tails, open their mouths, and produce a barking sound
|Name||Barking Gecko,Underwoodisaurus milii|
|Clutch Size||A typical clutch includes two soft-shelled eggs|
|Life span||10 Years|
|Reproduction||A typical clutch includes two soft-shelled eggs|
|Colors||Thick-tailed geckos are medium-sized lizards with varying body color from dark to light brown pigment, to gold and orange, with aberrant patterns of white to yellow raised tubercles, and a dense band of these spots around the neck. The tail is thick and broad tapering to a point|
Kingdom – Animalia
Phylum – Chordata
Class – Reptilia
Order – Squamata
Family – Gekkonidae
Genus – Phylurus
Genus Species – Phasianus colchicus