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    Anyone have any ideas as to what species this is?

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    Gekko, Uroplatus, Blaesodactylus, Phelsuma, Morelia

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    That is Cyrtodactylus intermedius.
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    Another idea, I think it is Cyrtodactylus pulchellus-species group (so many cryptic species under the name C. pulchellus). This group differed from C. intermedius by greater slender limbs, fingers and toes. This gecko's form might origin from far Southwest of Thailand or Northwest of Malaysia, I guess. Let you see its precloscal region. If you see a longitudinal precloacal groove (may indistinct because it is female), it is C. pulchellus-group

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