Diplodactylus steindachneri or the Box-patterned Gecko
Did you know...
- Box-patterned gecko dwells in the dry woodland areas of Queensland and New South Wales.
- By day, the box-patterned gecko shelters in soil cracks, underneath fallen timber and in piles of logs. At night, they emerge to feed.
- Like most geckos, the Box-patterned Gecko eats virtually anything they can fit in their mouths, such as termites, crickets and spiders.
- Geckos usually lay just two eggs pet clutch, but they can lay multiple clutches per year. After she's laid her eggs, the female won't look after them.
Where in Australia Box-patterned Gecko dwells: