Species of Thailand
Intermediate bent-toed gecko
Binomial name: Cyrtodactylus intermedius, Malcolm Arthur Smith, 1917
Cyrtodactylus intermedius, also known as intermediate bow-fingered gecko or Cardamon forest gecko, is a species of gecko found in Cambodia, Vietnam, and Thailand, including several national parks (Khao Yai National Park, Khao Khitchakut National Park, Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary, Khao Phanom Bencha National Park, and Mu Ko Chang National Park).
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- Cyrtodactylus intermedius
- German: Kleiner Bogenfingergecko
- Intermediate bent-toed gecko
- Intermediate bow-fingered gecko
- Cardamon forest gecko
- Eastern bent-toed gecko
- Thai: ตุ๊กแกป่าตะวันออก
- Cyrtodactylus intermedius, Nguyen Van Sang et al. (2009)
- Cyrtodactylus (Cyrtodactylus) intermedius, Herbert Rösler (2000)
- Cyrtodactylus intermedius, Merel J. Cox et al. (1998)
- Gymnodactylus (Cyrtodactylus) intermedius, Heinz Wermuth (1965)
- Cyrtodactylus intermedius, Edward Harrison Taylor (1963)
- Gymnodactylus intermedius, Malcolm Arthur Smith (1917)
Range map of Cyrtodactylus intermedius in Thailand
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