L. immaculatum


Like few other specimen of the family of Diplodactylus in former times this species used to be assigned to the genus of D. immaculatus. Now it is classified as belonging to the genus of Lucasium. The most conspicuous feature is its dorsal stipe with the little dots or partly delicate lines on its left and right side. In the back of its head the stripe divides rhombically and disperses over the eyes down to its nostrils. The basic color is a reddish brown, the stomach side is white. Its tail is adapted to the slim shape of its body. L. immaculatum is a very active terrestrial animal which also likes climbing and in case of danger is able to run really fast. Although at the moment we are lacking a suitable male to give exact information about mating, size of eggs et cetera.