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Lepidodactylus

Summary
Lepidodactylus is a large genus of geckos, commonly known as scaly-toed geckos and closely related to house geckos or dtellas. Geographic range Species in the genus Lepidodactylus are found from Southeast Asia to Indo-Australia and Oceania. Species There are 44 described species in this genus, which are considered valid. ‡ Nota bene: A taxon author (binomial authority) in parentheses indicates that the species was originally described in a genus other than Lepidodactylus. Eponyms The specific name, browni, is in honor of American herpetologist Walter Creighton Brown. The specific name, christiani, is in honor of U.S. Army Lieutenant Ralph L. Christian. The specific name, gardineri, is in honor of British zoologist John Stanley Gardiner. The specific name, guppyi, is in honor of British naturalist Henry Brougham Guppy. The specific name, herrei, is in honor of American ichthyologist Albert W
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