Neon Day Geckos
Phelsuma klemmeri
Pronunciation: fell-soo-muh  klem-ur-I
0 Sub-species
Discovered by:  Seipp, 1991
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Basic Range Map
Bright yellow head, with two dark black lines stretching from behind the eyes laterally down either side of their abdomens, varying from turquoise blue to slate or brown down the center of their backs and turqouise tails, their tails are flat







90mm
( Source: "Glaw, Frank" in "Bibliography & Links" link above)
Sambirano region of Madagascar.



( Source: "Glaw, Frank" in "Bibliography & Links" link above)
Bamboo areas of the Sambirano region.




( Source: "Glaw, Frank" in "Bibliography & Links" link above)

Small invertebrates.
They typically deposit their eggs in the hollows of bamboo.



( Source: "Glaw, Frank" in "Bibliography & Links" link above)
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