Dixon and Huey, 1970
Phyllodactylus sentosus is the scientific name of the Lima gecko. This species has been registered in six archeological sites in Lima, Peru, where it is endemic. It is considered a species in critical danger.
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- Cossios E.D. and Icochea J. 2006. "New records of the Lima gecko, Phyllodactylus sentosus (Reptilia, Geckonidae)." Ecologia Aplicada 5:182-184.
- Dixon J.R. and Huey R.B. 1970. "Systematics of the lizards of the gekkonid genus Phyllodactylus of mainland South America." Contributions in science, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History 192: 1-78.
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