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Eublepharis fuscus

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Kingdom  Animalia
Order  Squamata
Family  Gekkonidae
Scientific name  Eublepharis fuscus
Rank  Species
Phylum  Chordata
Suborder  Lacertilia
Subfamily  Eublepharinae
Higher classification  Eublepharis
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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.

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Description

Eublepharis fuscus has a robust habitus and can reach 252 mm (9.9 in) in snout–vent length.

Distribution

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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.

Habitat and behavior

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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.

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References

Eublepharis fuscus Wikipedia


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