Nuu Ana Isle G
 
 

These robust geckos from Nuu Ana are the smallest-sized locale available to date. With an almost dwarf-like appearance, they have short, stumpy legs and a broad head.

Their lime-yellow background is covered with crisp, peppered white or pink blotches and individuals can develop yellow spots when reaching maturity.

The eyes of this morph are mostly white with very little reticulation. Individuals are commonly seen with a tilted iris

 

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