The Four-clawed Gecko is a creature of many names. Gehyra mutilata also goes by the Stump-toed Gecko, the Pacific Gecko, and the Sugar Lizard. It has several monikers because it lives in several different countries-- its range extends across Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
The "Four-clawed" and "Stump-toed" names refer to the feet on these small Reptiles. They have stubby toes, four on each foot. As for the rest of their anatomy, they have a body length of up to 5in, with a tail that grows another 3-4. Their skin tends to be a brownish-greyish-reddish color, and typically covered with darker spots.
Four-clawed Geckos are very adaptable creatures, and are found in a variety of habitats-- including human dwellings. They are even considered invasive in some places due to how well they get by.
IUCN Status : Not Listed
Location : Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands
Size : Body Length up to 5in (12cm)
Classification : Phylum : Chordata
-- Class : Reptilia
-- Order : Squamata
Family : Gekkonidae
-- Genus : Gehyra
-- Species : G. mutilata
Image : Ecology Asia