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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coleonyx_brevis

Coleonyx brevis, commonly known as the Texas banded gecko, is a species of small gecko native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico.

www.herpsoftexas.org/content/texas-banded-gecko

Nocturnal, This nocturnal gecko remains under cover during daylight hours and exits at dusk. Texas banded geckos can commonly be seen on roadways at ...

www.reptilesmagazine.com/Western-Banded-Gecko

Make sure the heat lamp is one of the red- or black-light varieties, as banded geckos are most active in the dark. At the cool end, place a shallow water bowl ...

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English, –, Texas Banded Gecko. Taxonomic Notes: For many years Coleonyx geckos were placed in the family Gekkonidae. In a cladistic analysis of the ...

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Aug 11, 2011 ... Hello, My name is Orry Martin: The Texas Snake Hunter. This documentary is about the Texas Banded Gecko (Coleonyx brevis). These are ...
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Oct 18, 2011 ... @BushherpersWA Yes, they are very fragile. This one had a regrown tail already. That's why I wasn't just grabbing it. Best to just let them walk ...

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Facts and information about the Texas Banded Gecko.

animaldiversity.org/accounts/Coleonyx_brevis

Texas banded geckos are found in Texas and from parts of Southern New Mexico, USA to ... This gecko has a slender body with a tail of equal length. Its head is ...

www.geckoweb.org/texas-banded-gecko.html

These beautiful, fragile-looking, pale pink and brown-banded geckos are often encountered on roads at night, standing out like faded ghosts in car headlights.