Turkmenistan eyelid gecko
|Turkmenistan eyelid gecko|
The Turkmenistan eyelid gecko or Turkmenian eyelid gecko (Eublepharis turcmenicus) is a ground-dwelling lizard native to Turkmenistan and northern Iran. It inhabits rocky and stony foothills and slopes at elevations up to 1,000 m (3,300 ft) above sea level. It is oviparous, typically laying clutches of two eggs. Mainly insectivorous, it may also eat smaller vertebrates. Like many other lizards has the ability to shed its tail (autotomy).
- Kaverkin, Y and N. L. Orlov. (1995) Experience of captive breeding of Eublepharis turcmenicus Darevsky Russian Journal of Herpetology.
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