Cyrtodactylus jeyporensis

Cyrtodactylus jeyporensis

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Cyrtodactylus jeyporensis

Cyrtodactylus jeyporensis, also known as the Jeypore Indian gecko, the Jeypore ground gecko, or the Patinghe Indian gecko, is a endangered species of gecko found in India, which was until recently considered extinct. Described from a single specimen in 1877, it was rediscovered in 2010 in the Eastern Ghats of Odisha state, India.

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1. Cyrtodactylus jeyporensis Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyrtodactylus_jeyporensis
2. Cyrtodactylus jeyporensis on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/194100/136381963

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