Phelsuma pronki, described in SEIPP, 1994, (Senckenb. biol, Frankfurt am Main, 74, 1/2. 193rd) is named for the explorer Olaf Pronk. The gecko was originally described based on several types: the Holotype is at the Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (SMF 75 950); the Paratype is at the Museum of Zoology, Dresden, (D 35 785).
More and more hobbyists today are keeping or thinking of keeping Lygodactylus geckos in their home.
Lygodactylus is a genus of geckos with 60 species and 34 sub-species. Lygodactylus rarely exceed 4 inches. Due to this they are commonly referred to as Dwarf Geckos or Dwarf Day Geckos based on their diurnal nature. More
Gecko Time is pleased to present an interview with Leann and Gregg Christenson of Leaping Lizards. They are keepers, breeders and tireless advocates for Day Geckos (Phelsuma).
Authors of Day Geckos in Captivity, this couple has extensive experience with Day Geckos. This is a must read interview for anyone interested in day geckos.