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Phelsuma pusilla hallmanni

Summary
Phelsuma pusilla hallmanni is a diurnal subspecies of gecko, a lizard in the family Gekkonidae. The subspecies is endemic to eastern Madagascar and typically inhabits different trees. This day gecko feeds on insects and nectar. Etymology The subspecific name, hallmanni, is in honor of German herpetologist Gerhard Hallmann. Description Ph. p. hallmanni belongs to the smallest day geckos. It can reach a total length (including tail) of about . The body colour is dark green. On the back there are red dots present. On the snout, a blue triangle is present, which is bordered from behind by a red bar. On the neck and back of the head bluish speckles are present. The tail is turquoise. The flanks are brown or black. The ventral side is white. Geographic range The subspecies Ph. p. hallmanni inhabits the east coast of Madagascar. It is only known from the region around Andasibe. Habitat Ph. p. hallmanni lives in a moist and warm climate. It inhabits diff
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