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New Gecko Species Found In Madagascar!

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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.

Paroedura hordiesi, adult male. Image credit: Glaw F et al.

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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