Full of beautiful blue and purple colors, Paroedura hordiesi belongs to a genus of geckos spread all over the wide-ranging climes of Madagascar. However, this species is limited to the karstic limestone mastiff in the northern region of the island.
It’s coloring is perfect nighttime camouflage for this nocturnal species. The species was identified by coalition of German and French researchers.
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