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Western marbled velvet gecko

western marbled velvet gecko (Oedura fimbria)
Karijini NP, Western Australia
Photo © Stephen Zozaya
Oedura fimbria - Oliver & Doughty, 2016
Pronunciation  oh-DUR-ah   FIM-bree-uhh
Etymology  Oedura: 'swollen tail', refering to the thick tail.
fimbria: "Fimbria is Latin for fringe in reference to the lateral fringes of expanded lamellae along the sides of the digits. Used as a noun in apposition." (Oliver & Doughty 2016)
Other names   
Snout-to-vent length
Clutch size
Description Distribution Natural history Conservation Further information More photos


Found in the following Australian states/territories

Western Australia


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