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ROBUST VELVET GECKO
Nebulifera (was Oedura) robusta
The above gecko was found near Brisbane, Queensland. It has a complete original tail
The Robust velvet gecko above was photographed in Woolgoolga NSW
The large Robust velvet gecko above with a partially regrown tail was photographed on a house in Woolgoolga NSW at night. There were at least 4 more Robust velvet geckos on the outside walls of the same house.
The Robust velvet gecko above is the same gecko as the one in the photo above it but taken in the daytime. Many geckos can change their colour to some degree and many look paler at night.
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Last updated February 8, 2018