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This page is indexed on our home page under Aspect: 8. Links - Species Specific and the Section: Lizards: Geckos

Species page for: Bibrons Gecko (Pachydactylus bibroni)


This page contains a selection of the best links found on the reptile species: Bibrons Gecko (Pachydactylus bibroni). The navigation table on the top left will take you directly to the defined topics, such as  Natural Habitat, Captive care, Breeders, Pictures, More information, Other information and Taxonomy.

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A brief snippet about Bibrons Gecko

A brief introduction to the species will be inserted here ..... coming soon! In the interim we have a number of links on the species, listed on this page.


Natural Habitat
SCARCE HOME - Facts about natural habitate

Pachydactylus bibronii Size Adult snout-vent length ranges from 75-100 mm Description A strongly built gecko. The tail is about the same length as the body and is segmented, each segment consisting of regular, strongly keeled scales. The dorsal body is covered with large, keeled tubercles, separated by granular scales. The middle toes have 10-12 transverse lamellae underneath. It is olive to grey-brown in colour with 4-5 indistinct dark, wavy crossbands and scattered white spots. A dark band goes from the snout over each eye to the back of the head. The tail has 8-10 white bands, which is prominent in juveniles, but fade in adults. The belly is white.

Captive Care
Bibrons Gecko Bibron's Gecko Care Sheet and Information -

Common Name: Bibron's Gecko Latin name: Pachydactylus bibroni Native to: Southern Africa, Angola, and southern Tanzania Size: Bobron's Geckos generally reach 6 inches (15 cm) in length, though they can reach sizes of 8 to 9 inches (20-22 cm).


Care Sheet and Facts - Central Pets - wrong humidity

Common Name: Gecko - Bibron's Other Common Names: Bibrons Gecko Scientific Name: Pachydactylus bibroni (Full Taxonomy)

Care of Pachydactylus sp - Global Gecko Association (GGA)

Thick-fingered Gecko (Pachydactylus sp.) By: Gregory J. Watkins-Colwell

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Bibron's Geckos are an arboreal species that are found in rocky and forested areas of Southern Africa, Angola and Southern Tanzania. We are currently working on this care sheet. If you have any experience with this species, please contact us with details.

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