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A common house ge('ko from \Owns and cities in Borneo. Body slender. depressed: dorsal scales smooth: dorsum yellowishbrown to almost black. with darker markings: a light-edged brown ~t reak along sides of head. man-made structures as well as forested areas. its diet includes insects and spiders and two eggs arc produced at a time. Distribution: Widespread from India, Sri Lanka. southel11 China. to sOUlh-east Asia and introduced into Central and South America. rvladagascar. eastern and ~ outhern Africa.
Granular scales: dorsum brown. with dark-edged brown cross-bars. changeable to brownblack: a dark stripe from comer of eyes to nape. Inhabits caves and forests of nonhern Sarawak: dict comprises Ilattened caye cockroaches and moths that dwell in guano. Reproductive habits unknown. Distribution: Endemic to nonhern Borneo. 32 Family GEKKO NIDAE Cyrtodactyills cOllsobrillus (Peters, 1871) SVL 10 125 mm. A large. fore~t gecko: body robu~t: dor~um with scattered tubereulatc scales: forehead with pale narrow network of reticulations: dorsum dark chocolate brown with 4- 8 wh ite or yellow transverse bands.
Sometimc~ arranged in a longillldinal series. Inhabits lowland rainforests and peat swamps: its diet comprises insects such as cockroaches and two eggs are produced at a time. Distribution: Endemic to Borneo (Sarawak and Brunei Da ru ~salam). 36 Farnily GEKKONTDAE Cyrtodactylus quadrivirgatus Taylor, 1962 SVL to 71 mm. A lowland gecko from north-western Borneo : body slender: dorsal tubercles arranged in regular longitudinal row~: dorsum grey or dark brown, with four black longitudinal lines. ~eparatcd by lighter areas: no continuous black band joining the eyes.
A Pocket Guide: Lizards of Borneo by Indraneil Das