The Madagascan Clawless Gecko (Ebenavia inunguis) are a small and intriguing dwarf gecko species from Madagascar, Mauritius, the Comores an Pemba Island. They are primarily nocturnal, by day they hide under the bark of big rainforest trees or in leaf litter. Keeping Ebenavia inunguis is relatively simple due to their adaptability. A 30cm cube enclosure is perfect for a pair. They are relatively peaceful and can be kept in groups of one male and multiple females. Despite their easeof care they are not commonly seen in captivity. Despite their name, females do have claws! Perfect species for the upcoming or veteran gecko enthusiast!
|LATIN NAME||Ebenavia inunguis|
|ADULT SIZE||2-2.5in (5-8cm)|
|ADULT ENCLOSURE SIZE||12 x 12 x 12in (30 x 30 x 30cm)|