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RETICULATED GECKO
Coleonyx reticulatus

Reticulated Gecko - Coleonyx reticulatus Coleonyx reticulatus from Brewster Co., Tx.   Photo Gerold Merker Reticulated Gecko - Coleonyx reticulatus Coleonyx reticulatus from Brewster Co., Tx.    Photo Travis Dimler





Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs only in Brewster County and Presidio County in the Big Bend region of Texas.

Legal Status:  Coleonyx reticulatus is protected as a Threatened Species in Texas.





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