Western Indian leopard gecko (Eublepharis fuscus) is a species of leopard gecko found in western India, with its range possibly extending to southeastern Pakistan. The specific name "fuscus" means dark or dusky.
Eublepharis fuscus has a robust habitus and can reach 252 mm (9.9 in) in snout–vent length.
Eublepharis fuscus is widely distributed in western India: it is known from the Western Ghats (northern Karnataka and parts of Maharashtra) as well as from Gujarat. It might occur in Pakistan.
Eublepharis fuscus can be found in forested hill tracts, scrub, boulders and scrubland. It is a nocturnal, terrestrial gecko that feeds on scorpions and other arthropods.