Carphodactylus

Carphodactylus

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Carphodactylus laevis

Carphodactylus is a monotypic genus of geckos in the family Carphodactylidae. The genus consists of the sole species Carphodactylus laevis, commonly known as the chameleon gecko. The species is endemic to the rainforests of northeastern Australia. It is rated as Least Concern, as it is common within its range and occurs within protected areas. It currently experiences no major threats, though long-term climate change may alter or reduce its geographic distribution under some scenarios.

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1. Carphodactylus Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carphodactylus
2. Carphodactylus on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/102662790/102662811

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