|Tiger bent-toed gecko|
Bauer, Sumontha, & Pauwels 2003
The Tiger bent-toed gecko (Cyrtodactylus tigroides) is a species of gecko that is endemic to Thailand.
Gekkonidae is the largest family of geckos, containing over 950 described species in 64 genera. Members of the Gekkonidae comprise many of the most widespread gecko species, including house geckos (Hemidactylus), tokay geckos (Gekko), day geckos (Phelsuma), mourning geckos (Lepidodactylus) and dtellas (Gehyra). Gekkonid geckos occur globally and are particularly species-rich in tropical areas.
Cyrtodactylus is a diverse genus of Asian geckos, commonly known as bent-toed geckos, bow-fingered geckos, and forest geckos. The genus has at least 300 described species as of 2020, which makes it the largest of all gecko genera.
Cyrtodactylus rubidus is a species of gecko found in the Andaman Islands (India) and the Coco Islands (Myanmar). The type locality is Port Blair, Andaman Islands.
Cyrtodactylus collegalensis, also known as the Kollegal ground gecko or forest spotted gecko, is a species of gecko found in and around Mysore hills, at the junction of the Western Ghats and the Eastern Ghats, in South India. Recent taxonomic works and genetic studies revealed that the formerly-supposed genus is actually a subgenus of the widespread genus Cyrtodactylus. It is often confused with the forest spotted gecko.
Cyrtodactylus fasciolatus, also known as the banded bent-toed gecko, is a species of gecko found in Northwest India . Type locality: Subathu, Simla District.
Cyrtopodion scabrum, also known as the rough-tailed gecko, rough bent-toed gecko, rough-tailed bowfoot gecko, common tuberculate ground gecko, or keeled gecko, is a species of gecko, a lizard in the family Gekkonidae. The species is endemic to Asia.
Cyrtodactylus philippinicus, commonly known as the Philippine bent-toed gecko or Philippine bow-fingered gecko, is a species of gecko in family Gekkonidae.
Cyrtodactylus intermedius, also known as intermediate bow-fingered gecko or Cardamon forest gecko, is a species of gecko found in Cambodia, Vietnam, and Thailand, including several national parks.
Thirakhupt's bent-toed gecko is a species of gecko, a lizard in the family Gekkonidae. The species is endemic to Thailand.
Known as Taylor's bow-fingered gecko, four-striped forest gecko and marbled bent-toed gecko, Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus is a species of gecko found in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
Cyrtodactylus annulatus, also known as the annulated bow-fingered gecko or small bent-toed gecko, is a species of gecko endemic to the Philippines.
The Balu bow-fingered gecko or Besar Island bent-toed gecko is a species of gecko endemic to Borneo. It is known from Brunei, Sarawak and Sabah (Malaysia), and East Kalimantan (Indonesia).
Cyrtodactylus consobrinus, also known as Peters's bow-fingered gecko or the thin-banded forest gecko, is a species of gecko that is found on the Malaysian peninsula and Borneo.
Cyrtodactylus albofasciatus, also known as Boulenger's Indian gecko or Deccan banded gecko, is a species of gecko. It is endemic to the Western Ghats, India. It was resurrected from synonymy of Cyrtodactylus deccanensis in 2004.
Cyrtodactylus elok, also known as the Malaysia bow-fingered gecko, white-eyed forest gecko, or beautiful bent-toed gecko, is a species of gecko that is endemic to western Malaysia.
Cyrtodactylus peguensis, also known as the Thai bow-fingered gecko or Pegu forest gecko, is a species of gecko that is found in Thailand, western Malaysia, and Myanmar.
Cyrtodactylus redimiculus, also known as the Palawan bow-fingered gecko or Palawan bent-toed gecko, is a species of gecko that is endemic to Palawan in the Philippines.
Rosichonariefi's bent-toed gecko is a species of lizard in the family Gekkonidae. The species is endemic to the island of Natuna Besar in Indonesia.
Cyrtodactylus variegatus, also known as the variegated bow-fingered gecko or Moulmein forest gecko, is a species of gecko that is found in Myanmar and Thailand. However, it is uncertain whether any records from Thailand actually belong to this species.
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