Always popular lizards, Geckos come in all shapes and sizes.
African Clawed GeckoHolodactylus africanus
The African Clawed Gecko is a slow moving nocturnal species of lizard from the savannah areas of East Africa. They are smooth textured and nicely marked on the body.
Crested GeckoRhacodactylus ciliatus
Crested Geckos come from wet and dense forests of New Caledonia and other surrounding islands. They prefer cooler temperatures compared to other species of lizards commonly kept.
Gargoyle GeckoRhacodactylus auriculatus
Gargoyle Geckos are found in New Caledonia and they are one of the smallest of the Rhacodactylus species growing to a length of around five inches.
Giant Madagascan Velvet GeckoBlaesodactylus sakalava
The Giant Madagascan Velvet Gecko is a large species reaching an adult length of 25cm. Their body is mottled allowing them to camouflage on tree trunks.
House GeckoHemidactylus species
House Gecko has obtained its name due to living within the homes of people. They are a nocturnal tropical and subtropical species that reach an average size of 7cm head to tip of tail.
Leopard GeckoEublepharis macularius
Leopard Geckos are one of the easiest and widely kept species of lizard. They have a calm nature, easy to care for and they make great beginner pets. Available in a number of colour morphs.
Mourning GeckoLepidodactylus lugubris
The Mourning Gecko is a small nocturnal species of gecko reaching no more than 10cm in total length. These are a very widespread species but the most interesting fact about them is that they are parthenogenic.
White Spotted GeckoTarentola annularis
The White Spotted Gecko reaches a size of 7-8 inches. The ground colour is dark brown with black bands and white spots.
African Banded Velvet GeckoHomopholis fasciata
The African Banded Velvet Gecko has obtained this name as to the touch they feel like velvet and have bands across their body. They are a small nocturnal species that are found in East Africa.
African Fat Tailed GeckoHemitheconyx caudicinctus
African Fat Tailed Geckos are the second most widely kept eublepharine species of gecko. They have a nice, calm nature making them a great pet for beginners or experienced keepers looking for an alternative to the Leopard Gecko.
Bauers Chameleon GeckoEurydactylodes agricolae
Another species from the island of New Caledonia that can be kept similar to crested geckos and other Rhacodactylus. The Bauers Chameleon gecko is a small species however and requires less space than some of their native cousins.
Brooks House GeckoHemidactylus brookii
First discovered in Borneo. This is a small nocturnal gecko that is very easy to keep and breed. A fantastc starter gecko! Adults reach about 7cm long. The ground colour of the dorsal surfaces is tan to straw turning nearly white at night time.
Central American Banded GeckoColeonyx mitratus
This small pretty gecko is native to Central America. But whilst thousands of miles apart, this species is actually closely related to the Leopard gecko.
Chinese Cave GeckoGoniurosaurus luii
The Chinese Cave Gecko are brown or purple, broken by black spots with yellow or bright orange bands.
Dwarf Angulated Painted GeckoLygodactylus angularis
Dwarf Angulated Painted Gecko come from tropical forests.
East African Green Day GeckoPhelsuma dubia
The East African Green Day Gecko is a medium-sized day gecko, growing to approximately 15 cm. Colour varies between grayish green, grayish brown and bluish green. They are found in the west coast of Madagascar.
Elegant GeckoStenodactylus elegans
The Elegant Gecko is a small nocturnal species from Egypt. They reach an adult size of 9-10cm, head to tip of tail.
Fan-Footed GeckoPtyodactylus hasselquistii
This genus of geckos have a rather wide distribution going right across dry areas of Africa and the Middle East. The common name has derived from the way in which the toes are spread out like a fan.
Flat-Tailed House GeckoCosymbotus platyurus
The Flat-Tailed Gecko is one of the most commonest house geckos in Southeast Asia.
Flying GeckoPtychozoon kuhli
Flying Geckos are weird but also wonderful.
Giant Wonder Gecko or Frog Eyed GeckoTeratoscincus keyserlingi
The Giant Wonder Gecko is just that reaching an adult size of 20cm (8 inches) from the snout to the tip of the tail.
Golden GeckoGekko ulikovskii
This is a medium sized arboreal gecko species that reaches 13 to 18cm in length; males being larger. They have a lovely golden colouration and are native to the tropical rainforests of Vietnam.
Goldust Day GeckoPhelsuma laticauda
Goldust Day Geckos are bright green to a yellowish green. Three elongated red teardrop markings are present on their back.
Halmahera Giant GeckoGehyra vorex
The Halmahera Giant Gecko can reach an adult size of up to 13 inch, but average out at 10 inches. They can be found in Indonesia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea and several other islands around this this region.
Helmeted GeckoTarentola chazalia
The Helmeted Geckos is a small nocturnal species found in rocky deserts of Morocco. This species is quite hard to find within the pet trade.
Henkels Leaf Tail GeckoUroplatus henkeli
The Henkels Leaf Gecko is the largest species in the genus, reaching ad adult length of 28cm. During the day, they will sleep on tree trunks and become active at night in the search for insects.
Kim Howells Dwarf GeckoLygodactylus kimhowelli
The Kim Howells Dwarf Gecko has a blue to grey body with two darker lines running from the shoulders to the base of the tail. They also have a noticeable yellow and black patterning on the head and neck.
The Kim Howells Gecko is a dwarf species reaching a maximum size of 9cm. They are brightly coloured with a grey/blue body with three black stripes running down the body; they also have a bright yellow head.
Lesser Wonder GeckoTeratoscincus m. microlepis
The Lesser Wonder Gecko can be found in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Madagascan Giant Day GeckoPhelsuma grandis
As their name would suggest the Madagascan Giant Day Geckos can reach an adult length of 30cm. They are bright green with red markings around the face and back; simply stunning.
Madagascan Ground GeckoParoedura pictus
The Madagascan Ground Gecko is a nocturnal ground dwelling gecko which is found amongst the leaf litter in the forests of Madagascar.
Marbled GeckoGekko grossmanni
As the name suggests, this Geckos has marbling all over it's body; the colour varies from grey to a light brown with both light and dark markings. They are an arboreal species from Southeast Asia.
Moorish GeckoTarentola mauritanica
The Moorish Gecko, also known as Crocodile Gecko is pretty, but shouldn't be handles as they are nervous. Whilst mainly nocturnal they can be found during the day basking. This is a nice, hardy species with very few problems!
New Guinea Walking GeckoCyrtodactylus louisiadensis
The New Guinea Walking Gecko is one of Australia's largest lizards, reaching around 30cm. They have a sandy brown base colour with dark bands across the body and tail.
Palm GeckoGekko vittatus
Palm Geckos are found in Bismarck Archipelago, India, Indonesia, Palau Islands and Solomon Islands.
Parkers Day GeckoPhelsuma parkeri
The Parkers Day Gecko is bright green in colour, they reach a total length of 16cm. They inhabit Palms and Banana Trees of Pemba Island, Tanzania.
Petries GeckoStenodactylus petrii
This small, mainly nocturnal species is called a Petries Gecko. They inhabit areas of North Africa and Egypt.
Sandstone GeckoGecko petricolus
The name Sandstone Gecko is due to the area this species is found, in sandstone formations in Thailand.
Slevins Sand GeckoStenodactylus slevini
The Slevins Sand Gecko is a small species only reaching an adult size of 7cm head to tip of tail. They are easy to keep and maintain, feeding on small insects.
Tokay GeckoGekko gecko
The Tokay Gecko is a noisy and aggressive species, but is very attractive looking. They are a Show Gecko rather then a species to handle as they will bite and this is very painful.
Turkish GeckoHemidactylus turcicus
The Turkish Gecko can also be known as a Rough Scaled Gecko or even a Mediterranean House Gecko. They are a small nocturnal species reaching no more than 15cm in total length. They are found living around rocky areas or within and around houses eating mot
Turners GeckoChondrodactylus turneri
Turners Geckos are mainly imported as Bibrons, however Bibrons are from Central South Africa. They are an arboreal species found in rocky and forested areas of Southern Tanzania and Mozambique.
Turquoise Dwarf GeckoLygodactylus williamsi
This is one of the most attractive looking geckos currently within the hobby. The males are an electric blue colouration, even females a brightly coloured.
Vietnam Golden GeckosGecko ulikowskii
The Golden geckos are found in the warm rainforests of Vietnam.
Viper GeckoTeratolepsis fasciata
Small and cute, Viper Geckos make a great Exotic Pet or an addition to any collection. They can only be found in hot, dry habitats within small areas of Pakistan.
Yellow Headed Dwarf GeckoLygodactylus luteopicturatus
The Yellow Headed Dwarf Gecko is a stunning little species from Kenya and Tanzania in Africa. They have a blue-grey body with a bright yellow head and reach a maximum length of 9cm.