Coleodactylus amazonicus


Coleodactylus amazonicus
Coleodactylus amazonicus
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
Order: Squamata
Family: Gekkonidae
Genus: Coleodactylus
Species: C. amazonicus
Binomial name
Coleodactylus amazonicus
(Andersson, 1918)
Synonyms[1]
  • Sphaerodactylus amazonicus Andersson, 1918
  • Coleodactylus amazonicus Vanzolini, 1957
  • Coleodactylus guimaraesi Vanzolini, 1957
  • Coleodactylus zernyi Wettstein, 1928
  • Coleodactylus amazonicus Rösler, 1995
  • Coleodactylus amazonicus Avila-Peres & Hoogmoed, 2000
  • Coleodactylus amazonicus Pianka & Vitt, 2003

Coleodactylus amazonicus is a species of very small geckos in the genus Coleodactylus. They grow to a maximum length of only 24 millimetres (0.94 in). They are found in leaf litter on the forest floor and prey on springtails and mites.[2][3]

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