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Texas Banded Gecko
(Coleonyx brevis)
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© Photographer: Rusty Dodson
Taxonomy
 
Location
 
 
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata
Family: Gekkonidae
Genus: Coleonyx
Species: brevis
IUCN Status:
Not Listed
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Located

    The Texas Banded Gecko is located in southwestern
    Texas, parts of New Mexico and Mexico along the Rio
    Grande River Valley.

Diet

    The Texas Banded Gecko feeds on spiders and insects.

Habitat

    The Texas Banded Gecko's habitat is rocky crevices and
    canyons.

Size

    Approximate length:
    Average length is 4 - 4.8 inches.

Reproduction

    The female Texas Banded Gecko will lay 1 - 2 oval white
    eggs per year.