Examples of the Cyrtodactylus agamensis group. A. C. psarops from Sumatra, Indonesia. Photo by Eric N. Smith. B. C. metropolis from Selangor state, Peninsular Malaysia. Photo by L. Lee Grismer. С. C. tiomanensis from Tioman Island, Pahang State, Peninsular Malaysia. Photo by L. Lee Grismer. D. C. rosichonarieforum from Natuna Besar Island, Indonesia. Photo by L. Lee Grismer.

  Part of: Grismer LL, Wood, Jr. PL, Poyarkov NA, Le MD, Kraus F, Agarwal I, Oliver PM, Nguyen SN, Nguyen TQ, Karunarathna S, Welton LJ, Stuart BL, Luu VQ, Bauer AM, O’Connell KA, Quah ESH, Chan KO, Ziegler T, Ngo H, Nazarov RA, Aowphol A, Chomdej S, Suwannapoom C, Siler CD, Anuar S, Tri NV, Grismer JL (2021) Phylogenetic partitioning of the third-largest vertebrate genus in the world, Cyrtodactylus Gray, 1827 (Reptilia; Squamata; Gekkonidae) and its relevance to taxonomy and conservation. Vertebrate Zoology 71: 101-154. https://doi.org/10.3897/vz.71.e59307