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A new rupicolous gecko from the Hemidactylus brookii complex is described from the forests and plateaus of Amboli, in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra. This medium sized average adult SVL Males with nine or ten rarely eight femoral pores separated by four or five poreless scales; supralabials ; infralabials Molecular data based on the mitochondrial ND2 gene supports the distinctiveness of this species and helps ascertain its phylogenetic position within the 'H. Keywords: Reptilia, Hemidactylus brookii complex, H. This site needs JavaScript to work properly.

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A new rupicolous gecko from the Hemidactylus brookii complex is described from the forests and plateaus of Amboli, in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra. This medium sized average adult SVL Males with nine or ten rarely eight femoral pores separated by four or five poreless scales; supralabials ; infralabials Molecular data based on the mitochondrial ND2 gene supports the distinctiveness of this species and helps ascertain its phylogenetic position within the 'H.

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Chaitanya R, et al. PMID: Giri VB, et al. Murthy BH, et al. A distinct new species of riparian rock-dwelling gecko genus: Hemidactylus from the southern Western Ghats. Srikanthan AN, et al. Srinivasulu C, et al. Show more similar articles See all similar articles. Animal Structures Actions. Animals Actions.

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Go to: main text of page main navigation local menu. Hemidactylus brookii can be distinguished from all currently described Asian members of Hemidactylus based on the following combination of characters: adult male SVL to The validity of this species has been questioned by ZUG et al. Further, the description lacks a statement differentiating H. Not on Madagascar fide F.

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Hemidactylus brookii , commonly known as Brooke's house gecko or spotted house gecko , is a widespread species of gecko. The specific name , brookii , is in honor of British adventurer James Brooke. Snout somewhat longer than the distance between the eye and the ear-opening, nearly twice the diameter of the orbit; forehead concave; ear-opening small, oval, vertical, about one third the diameter of the eye; on the occiput very small round tubercles. Rostral quadrangular, with a median cleft; nostril bordered by the rostral, the first upper labial and three nasals, the upper not in contact with its fellow.

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