Gekko

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Gekko is a common genus of colorful and diverse Southeast Asian geckos. There are 59 species. Fossils, including Yantarogekko, date back to the Eocene.[1]

Gekkos eat flies and other insects. The type species, Geckko gekko, often live in buildings in the tropics. They do not tolerate other gekkos in their territory.

Related pages[change | change source]

  • Gecko: general page about this family of lizards.

References[change | change source]

  1. "†Yantarogekko Bauer et al. 2005 (gecko)". Fossil works.