Hemiphyllodactylus flaviventris SUKPRASERT, SUTTHIWISES, LAUHACHINDA & TAKSINTUM, 2018
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Hemiphyllodactylus flaviventris?
|Higher Taxa||Gekkonidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards: geckos)|
|Common Names||E: Yellow-bellied Dwarf Gecko|
Thai Ching Chok Khao Sung Thong Lueang
|Synonym||Hemiphyllodactylus flaviventris SUKPRASERT, SUTTHIWISES, LAUHACHINDA & TAKSINTUM 2018|
|Distribution||E Thailand (Chanthaburi)|
Type locality: Makham District, Chanthaburi Province, eastern Thailand
|Types||Holotype. ZMKU TM001209N, Adult male, collected by Apisak Sukprasert on November 12, 2016.|
Paratypes. Five adult female specimens (ZMKU TM001204N–ZMKU TM001208N) were collected on the same date and same location as the holotype.
|Etymology||The specific epithet flaviventris is a combination derived from the Latin words flavi meaning yellow, and ventris meaning belly, referring to the yellow or cream belly of this species.|