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    Cool 3 August 2019: New Zealand's Cupola Gecko has rarely been seen since 1968


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    photo credits: Roger Waddell

    "HAVE YOU SEEN THIS GECKO?
    With only a few sightings since its discovery in 1968, the Cupola Gecko remains elusive. A relative of the more familiar Forest Gecko, the Cupola Gecko is known to occur within the Nelson Lakes National Park. But, with so few sightings little is known about its habitat preference or life history. Several dedicated searches by professional herpetologists have failed to locate more individuals and collect the necessary information required to understand and conserve this beautiful species."

    Last edited by Elizabeth Freer; 08-05-2019 at 07:30 AM.
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