Gonatodes vittatus - Wiegmann's Striped Gecko
Officially the smallest gecko in my current collection, I picked up a couple of young, unsexed Gonatodes vittatus in the spring of 2010. The males of this genus often exhibit strikingly beautiful colors and patterns, while the females are much less flashy. I believe the two I picked up are both males, as both are now starting to exhibit the bright white dorsal line and bits of bright yellow around the head and throat that are commonly seen in males of this species. I may be looking for a female or two in the future if I choose to start a breeding group of these brightly colored little "mini-geckos".