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Diplodactylid Geckos are the largest genus of the Diplodactylinae, containing 40 or so species. Most are small, between 3" and 4", with the larger ones reaching no more than 6".Their common feature is that they have slightly dilated tips to their digits, as otherwise they are a varied genus of lizards, containing both arboreal and terrestrial species. Many of them are colorful, and their tail is adapted either for defense or for fat storage.