Vol 31, No 3 (2018)

July - September 2018

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The Yellow-headed Gecko (Gonatodes albogularis) is a small diurnal lizard, widely distributed from México through Colombia and Venezuela. This species is sexually dichromatic; males have bright head, whereas females are cryptically colored with white-gray heads and bodies. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN2018) has listed this species as Least Concern and suggest it does not require significant additional protection or major conservation actions (Photo by ClaudiaCeballos, DVM, MSc, PhD).

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