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Mexican beaded

Gecko

Introduction

Head-Body Length:5-40 cm
Identification:The gecko is well-known for its large protruding eyes, fleshy tongue, thin velvety skin, and toe pads. Its colorings are brown, yellow, or gray and have variable markings.
Habitat:Deserts to rain forests
Diet:Omnivore: arthropods, some plant material
Reproduction:Most species lay 2-3 eggs several times a year. The eggs are incubated for 2-6 months.
Status:No special status
Interesting Facts:There are 80 genera and more than 670 known species of geckos

Geographic:Tropics and warm temperate regions Date:1981-10 Subjects: Geckos
Lizards
Squamata
Reptiles
Vertebrates
Chordata

KEY FACTS

Name Gecko
Other Names Eublepharis macularius
Size 5-40 cm
Clutch size 2-3 Eggs
Life span 7 - 10 years
Reproduction Most species lay 2-3 eggs several times a year. The eggs are incubated for 2-6 months
Colors Green,Brown

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scientific classification

Kingdom – Animalia
Phylum – Chordata
Class – Reptilia
Order – Squamata
InfraorderGekkota

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