Cameroon dwarf geckos (Lygodactylus conraui) are a small species that hails from Cameroon and surrounding countries. These arboreal geckos are small and fast.
Juveniles tend to be brown in color with a conspicuously red tail. When they reach adulthood, they become a beautiful combination of a yellow head and tail with a light blue body. They also have two rows of small white circles which descend down their backs. Males tend to exhibit brighter colors than females.
These small geckos only reach 2-2.5 inches as adults.
Cameroon dwarf geckos can be sexed by dimorphism in coloration: males tend to be brighter in color, while females are dull and may retain their brownish color characteristic of juveniles.