A new day gecko from India

Main report: Cnemaspis flaviventralis - a new species of gecko (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, India
(Herpetological taxonomy, phylogeny and systematics)

Scientific Paper: Threatened Taxa   
New Taxa: Cnemaspis flaviventralis
Common Name: Yellow-bellied Day Gecko
Species named for: flavus meaning yellow , ventralis pertaining to the belly
Categories: New Species | Reptiles

Cnemaspis flaviventralis, a new species of day gecko, is described from the forests of Amboli, Sindhudurg District, Maharashtra State, northern Western Ghats, India.

Cnemaspis flaviventrali. female. Photo by Amit Sayyed

Cnemaspis flaviventrali. female. Photo by Amit Sayyed

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