A large gecko native to Queensland and New South Wales in Australia. They are tree bark and rock mimics. Often sleeping head down on rocky outcrops, vertical branches or tree trunks they spread out a fringe of skin which encircles some of their whole body, allowing them to blend perfectly into the bark. They are relatively delicate and do not tolerate intensive handling so are suited to the more advanced reptile keeper. These are incredibly rare in captivity and are highly sought after by many serious enthusiasts.
|LATIN NAME||Saltuarius wyberba|
|ADULT SIZE||7in (17cm)|
|ADULT ENCLOSURE SIZE||18 x 18 x 24in (45 x 45 x 60cm)|