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Published: 11 August 2015. Due to deforestation and overcollection williamsi are critically endangered in the wild. Lygodactylus is a genus of geckos with 60 species and 34 sub-species. The most popular one being kept in captivity currently is Lygodactylus williamsi. Over the past few years the population of L. williamsi has undergone sharp decline in the extent that it is now classified as critically endangered by the IUCN. Due to this they are commonly referred to as Dwarf Geckos or Dwarf Day Geckos based on their diurnal nature. They are diurnal creatures with small, compact bodies and marked sexual dimorphism. The electric blue day gecko (Lygodactylus williamsi) is only found in one tiny area of East Africa. This small species of arboreal gecko comes from the forests of Tanzania. 2010 Lygodactylus williamsi — SPAWLS et al. A stunning male williamsi gecko (Lygodactylus williamsi). The species is classed as Critically Endangered. Product Description. Turquoise Dwarf Gecko or Electric Blue Gecko (Lygodactylus williamsi) Mohamed bin Zayed Species project number 10251553. Lygodactylus williamsi — BROADLEY & HOWELL 1991: 10 Lygodactylus (Lygodactylus) williamsi — RÖSLER 2000: 95 Lygodactylus williamsi — RÖLL et al. Lygodactylus rarely exceed 4 inches. It looks like a piece of designer jewellery, but this rare and beautiful miniature lizard, photographed at Paignton Zoo in Devon, is real – and facing a desperate fight for survival. The electric blue day gecko (Lygodactylus williamsi) is only found in one tiny area of East Africa. The species is known to dwell nowhere else but on screw pines, Pandanus rabaiensis, found in small forests in eastern central Tanzania. 2018: 115 : Distribution: NE Tanzania (Eastern Province) Type locality: Kimboza Forest, Eastern Province, Tanzania, 350 m Reproduction: oviparous : Types: Holotype: NMK (formerly Coryndon … It comes from the Kimboza forest, in Tanzania, where its range is an area of around 3 square miles (8 km²). The small, diurnal dwarf gecko, Lygodactylus williamsi, is endemic to Tanzania. Since these law enforcers …

The gorgeous gecko staring extinction in the face. About Lygodactylus williamsi. The identification training was conducted for the Tanzania's Wildlife Division (CITES) staff, police and customs purposely because they daily oversee the management of live animals exported outside of Tanzania through airports. Common Name: Electric Blue Day Geckos, ... Scientific Name: Lygodactylus williamsi; Distribution Area: East Africa; Natural History: Electric Blue Day Geckos are commonly found in east Tanzania. Whilst not a Phelsuma, this gecko is similar in its demands and active in daylight, so is commonly referred to as a ‘day gecko’.There are many species of Lygodactylus; L.williamsi being discovered recently. Lygodactylus williamsi are a beautiful small day gecko from the remote Kimboza forest in Tanzania. Because of this, they are a popular choice to pair with poison dart frogs! The geckos only get 3-4 inches long and will not harm adult frogs.