Mt. Koghis
 
 

These well-known geckos from the Mt. Koghis region of Grande Terre range in base color from olive green with browns all the way to jet black. Blotches appear in rows along the sides and can be as wide as some of the offshore Leachies.

Dark black lines can be seen along the sides of these geckos faces, and some are seen with a white throat. These animals are typically quite bulky, with indviduals reaching well into the 300 gram range.

Best known for the enlarged scales along the bridge of the snout that dwarf the adjacent scales below.

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Mt Koghis Dark Morph

 

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Egg-tooth closeup

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