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Cnemaspis girii

Cnemaspis Girii, also known as Gearys day Gecko, a species of geckos of the genus Cnemaspis, described in 2014. Species found in the forests on the plateau of Kaas in Satara district, Maharashtra, India, was discovered by researchers from explosi ...

                                               

Cnemaspis hangus

                                               

Cnemaspis kottiyoorensis

This species is endemic to Kerala, India. In 2014, it was reported that this species occurs in Perumalmudi, the proposed Kottiyoor reserve, district Kannur, Kerala.

                                               

Cnemaspis mumpuniae

                                               

Cnemaspis rammalensis

It is the largest day Gecko species recorded from Sri Lanka with a snout-vent length 52 to 54 mm. Precloacal pores are absent. There are five prominent trilobate shaped cream the markings. Scalation: abdominal 186-207. 15 femoral pores on each si ...

                                               

Cnemaspis sundagekko

                                               

Cnemaspis temiah

                                               

Cyrtodactylus celatus

                                               

Cyrtodactylus jaegeri

This species differs from other species of Indo–Chinese Cyrtodactylus with a maximum snout-vent length 2.70 in 68.5 mm, on the back of a picture consisting of dark loops and four brown bands between limb insertions, dorsal tubercles in 15-17 irre ...

                                               

Cyrtodactylus metropolis

                                               

Cyrtodactylus semiadii

Cyrtodactylus semiadii is a species of Gecko that is endemic to the Eastern part of Java island. This is a fairly small species with a snout-vent length of about 47 mm in males and 42 females.

                                               

Cyrtodactylus spelaeus

                                               

Cyrtodactylus thuongae

                                               

Cyrtodactylus vilaphongi

                                               

Darevskys bent-toed gecko

                                               

Doi Suthep bent-toed gecko

                                               

Eublepharis satpuraensis

                                               

Gehyra moritzi

                                               

Gehyra pulingka

                                               

Gehyra versicolor

                                               

Hordies ground gecko

                                               

Kunyas bent-toed gecko

                                               

Lampang bent-toed gecko

                                               

Leyte diminutive false gecko

                                               

Paragehyra austini

                                               

Paragehyra felicitae

                                               

Rhinoguinea magna

                                               

Sai Yok bent-toed gecko

                                               

Sam Roi Yot bent-toed gecko

                                               

Sitana devakai

Sitana devakai endemic species of agamid lizards found recently from Sri Lanka. The species was first found from Puttalama district. The lizard is also known to be found in Tamilnadu India, but not given a valid ID. The species was named in honor ...

                                               

Southern Philippine false gecko

                                               

Wangkulangkuls bent-toed gecko

                                               

Zamboanga false gecko

                                               

Amblyocarenum nuragicus

Amblyocarenum nuragicus, or the Nuraghe spider in the family Cyrtaucheniidae. It is endemic to the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, where there are enough common to be found on the surface in summer, and its scientific name is a tribute to the N ...

                                               

Bumba lennoni

Bumba lennoni is a species of tarantula found in 2015 in the Caxiuanã national forest. It is approximately one inch long, small for a tarantula, but is closely linked to the largest spider in the world.

                                               

Chinophrys trifasciata

                                               

Euophrys bifida

                                               

Euophrys cochlea

                                               

Euophrys elizabethae

                                               

Euophrys falciger

                                               

Euophrys limpopo

                                               

Euophrys meridionalis

                                               

Euophrys miranda

                                               

Euophrys nana

                                               

Euophrys recta

                                               

Euophrys subtilis

                                               

Melloleitaoina mutquina

Specific matquina the name comes from the Quechua language meaning "place or thing to smell," and is the name of the type locality, Mutquin. When it rains there, the herbs release a pleasant smell that the perfume is in the village.

                                               

Melloleitaoina uru

The specific name of Uru refers to Inca myth, telling about the Inca Princess Uru, who was converted to spider gods do the endless spinning.

                                               

Melloleitaoina yupanqui

M. Yupanqui has a very curved embolus without triangular spine and discontinued, excellent keel for another embolus, which consists of two keels. Female spermathecae short and with large granules.

                                               

Neoheterophrictus amboli

N. Amboli swelling in the sub-apical segment of the primary tibial apophysis Hooks, which ends abruptly in a blunt tubercle, and has a long spine in the basal segments. The secondary tibial apophysis hooks, a thick, short spine.

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