Barbados leaf-toed gecko
|Barbados leaf-toed gecko|
|Species:|| P. pulcher|
| Phyllodactylus pulcher|
Phyllodactylus spatulatus - Cope, 1863
It has a maximum snout-to-vent length of 62 mm. It has a cream ground color, with a dark line extending from its nostril, through its eye, to its shoulder. Its dorsal surface has variable markings: either brown mottling, broad brown crossbands, or longitudinal brown lines.
Little is known about the species' habits and distribution. It is presumed nocturnal, arboreal, and insectivorous. It is considered rare, with few known localities, but its range has not yet been systematically studied.