(Four-Clawed Gecko) [Gehyra mutilata] The Cuiza, also known as the stump-toed gecko, tender-skinned house gecko, sugar lizard, or Pacific gecko) is a wide-ranging lizard that is probably native to Southeast Asia. It has made its way to several areas of the world including Puerto Vallarta. The Cuiza is somewhat plump, with delicate skin. The skin is usually colored a soft purplish/pinkish gray with golden spots on younger specimens; these spots eventually fade with age.
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