Species of Thailand
Four-striped bent-toed gecko
Binomial name: Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus, Edward Harrison Taylor, 1962
Known as Taylor's Bow-fingered Gecko, Four-striped Forest Gecko and Marbled Bent-toed Gecko, Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus is a species of gecko found in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
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- Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus
- German: Vierstreifen-Bogenfingergecko
- Four-striped bent-toed gecko
- Four-lined bent-toed gecko
- Taylor's bow-fingered gecko
- Marbled bent-toed gecko
- Thai: ตุ๊กกายลายสี่ขีด
- Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus, Larry Lee Grismer (2011)
- Cyrtodactylus (Cyrtodactylus) quadrivirgatus, Herbert Rösler (2000)
- Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus, Merel J. Cox et al. (1998)
- Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus, Ulrich Manthey & Wolfgang Grossmann (1997)
- Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus, Edward Harrison Taylor (1963)
- Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus, Edward Harrison Taylor (1962)
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- Betong District, Yala
- Hala-Bala Wildlife Sanctuary
- Khao Phanom Bencha National Park
- Manang District, Satun
- Thale Ban National Park
- Yan Ta Khao District, Trang
Range map of Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus in Thailand
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Special thanks to Ton Smits, Parinya Pawangkhanant, Ian Dugdale and many others for their contribution for range data.
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