Agamura is a genus of geckos containing the species Agamura persica. It is native to Iran, Pakistan, and Afghanistan, commonly known as the spider gecko or Persian spider gecko. The name derives from its strikingly thin, long limbs. It inhabits desert areas.
Geckos of the genus Rhinogecko are sometimes classified in genus Agamura.
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