Examples of the Cyrtodactylus philippinicus group. A. C. annulatus from Samar Island, Philippines. Photo by Cameron D. Siler. B. Cyrtodactylus sp. nov. from Lubang Island, Philippines. Photo by Cameron D. Siler. С. C. aurensis from Aur Island, Johor State, Peninsular Malaysia. Photo by L. Lee Grismer. D. C. baluensis from Sabah, East Malaysia. Photo by Steve Wilson.

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