Last Updated March 18, 2010
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This species is sometimes called the Southern Leaf-tailed Gecko, which is also the common name for Saltuarius swaini| Report Faulty Link | Report an Error | Contact John Fowler Author of the Australian Herpetology Website | Contact John Hollister Author of John Hollister Reptile Collection - Herping the Trans-Pecos & Rattlesnake Roundup
This sometimes communal species (living and nesting) is a rock dweller which lives in crevices. It is often found in stone and brick buildings.
Besides insects and similar foods it sometimes eats smaller geckos.
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