Lepidodactylus mutahi BROWN & PARKER, 1977
Can you confirm these amateur observations of Lepidodactylus mutahi?
|Higher Taxa||Gekkonidae, Gekkota, Sauria, Squamata (lizards: geckos)|
|Common Names||E: Bougainville's Scaly-toed Gecko|
|Synonym||Lepidodactylus mutahi BROWN & PARKER 1977|
Lepidodactylus mutahi — KLUGE 1993
Lepidodactylus mutahi — RÖSLER 2000: 91
|Distribution||Solomon Islands (Bougainville Island)|
Type locality: Mutahi area, Bougainville Island, Solomon Islands.
|Types||Holotype: MCZ 127844, an adult male, collected by Fred Parker.|
|Diagnosis||DIAGNOSIS. An intermediate-sized Lepidodactylus, snout-vent length 37 to 56 mm for adults; digits moderately dilated (Gekko-like); scansors covering approximately distal % of ventral surface of fourth toe; scansors undivided but often two to four subterminal ones with shallow notches; toes webbed about '15 between the first and second and about ?4+ between third and fourth; adult males with 29 to 34 preanal and femoral pores in a continuous series, extending almost to distal end of thigh; tail subcylindrical without lateral fringe of skin or spines [from BROWN & PARKER 1977].|