Kotschys Gecko (Mediodactylus kotschyi )
A small, terrestrial, naked toed gecko from southern Europe round to the middle east. Our line comes from individuals originally from Greece and bred by us in the UK.
Found climbing or on the ground in dry, rocky or stony places and scrubland, under the bark of old juniper trees, on cliffs, on stone walls and on the outside and inside of buildings. In Serbia, it is found in old buildings. Over most of Israel and Jordan it is only recorded on tree trunks. The females lays about two eggs in a clutch but lays multiple clutches in succession (our own observation in captivity).
Adults feed well on small to medium small crickets, small cockroaches and hatchling to small locusts. Will also eat small calci worms. Hatchlings will eat micro crickets and bean weavils.