Species of Thailand
Black-spotted leaf-toed gecko
Binomial name: Dixonius melanostictus, Edward Harrison Taylor, 1962
The black-spotted leaf-toed gecko or scarce ground gecko (Dixonius melanostictus) is a species of lizard in the Gekkonidae family. It is endemic to Thailand.
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- Dixonius melanostictus
- German: Schwarzflecken-Blattfingergecko
- English: Black-spotted leaf-toed gecko
- Dixonius melanostictus, Nguyen Van Sang et al. (2009)
- Dixonius melanostictus, Tanya Chan-Ard et al. (1999)
- Dixonius melanostictus, Aaron Matthew Bauer et al. (1997)
- Phyllodactylus melanostictus, Arnold Girard Kluge (1993)
- Phyllodactylus melanostictus, Heinz Wermuth (1965)
- Phyllodactylus melanostictus, Edward Harrison Taylor (1963)
- Phyllodactylus melanostictus, Edward Harrison Taylor (1962)
Data Deficient (IUCN2.3)
No photo for this species yet
- Muak Lek District, Saraburi
- Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima
Range map of Dixonius melanostictus in Thailand
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