The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 6
14. Diplodactylus ornatus. — Beautiful Diplodactyle
14. Diplodactylus ornatus.
I do not think that there is another species of Lizard, so common and so widely distributed as this; every tree along the river banks harbours large numbers of them, and wherever a piece of dry bank is removed, this little Gecko is sure to be found beneath, in company with various species of Coleoptera, Blattæ, and spiders. In stony localities it frequents the shady side of rocks, &c. In its habits this Lizard is truly nocturnal.