Ocellated Gecko (Gonatodes ocellatus) are a stunning Caribbean dwarf gecko species that exhibit sexual dimorphism, they are native to Trinidad and Tobago. The females are brown to light grey with spots. Males have a yellow to orange head with a reddish-orange pattern. Around their neck is a yellow ring, lined with a black border. The neck ring is often interrupted dorsally. Their body is black to dark grey with 2 black borded white spots on the shoulders . They are an arboreal species found in humid to semi-arid habitats. Very seldom seen in captivity, these will make an excellent addition to any gecko enthusiasts collection.
*Picture shows an adult male
|LATIN NAME||Gonatodes ocellatus|
|ADULT SIZE||2.5-3in (8-11cm)|
|ADULT ENCLOSURE SIZE||12 x 12 x 18in (30 x 30 x 45cm)|