Cnemaspis kolhapurensis GIRI, BAUER & GAIKWAD, 2009
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Cnemaspis kolhapurensis?
|Higher Taxa||Gekkonidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards: geckos)|
|Common Names||Kolhapur Day Gecko|
|Synonym||Cnemaspis kolhapurensis GIRI, BAUER & GAIKWAD 2009|
Cnemaspis kolhapurensis — LIVIGNI 2013: 305
Type locality: under a rock near Dajipur, Kolhapur District, Maharashtra, India (16°22’17” N, 73°51’52” E; 647 m elevation);. Map legend:
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|Types||Holotype: BNHM 1855, adult male, Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai (BNHS); collected on 6 June 2008 by Ravindra Bhambure and Harish Kulkarni.|
|Comment||Diagnosis. A moderately sized Cnemaspis, snout-vent length to at least 40 mm. Dorsal scales on midbody homogenous, small and feebly keeled; no spine-like tubercles on flank. Ventrals smooth, imbricate, 20–23 scale rows across venter between lowest rows of dorsal scales. Supralabial I narrowly contacting nasal. Paired postmentals separated by one or two enlarged gular scales. A continuous series of 24–28 precloacalfemoral pores. Subdigital scansors entire, unnotched, those on the basal part are larger than on distal portion, which are narrow; an enlarged scansor present near proximal interphalangeal joint; narrow distal lamellae under digit IV of pes 10–12. Original tail cylindrical, covered above with large (larger than those on dorsum), flat, smooth, slightly imbricate scales, ventrally with three rows of smooth, imbricate, enlarged plates, of which the median row is slightly larger than the others. Yellowish- and purplish-brown dorsal color pattern with flank and vertebral markings variably developed. Original tail with a dorsal, or dorsal and lateral stripes, distinctly iridescent in oblique light. Juveniles with a broad pale dorsal stripe, fading during ontogeny (from GIRI et al. 2009).|
|Etymology||named after the type locality.|
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