IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)

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The Round Island day gecko feeds on insects and other invertebrates, and is also known to lick pollen, nectar and ripe fruit (2). Breeding all year round, the Round Island day gecko lays two eggs per clutch and up to six clutches per year. In the wild, eggs are often found in communal egg-laying sites stuck to the underside of rocks (6).


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