Eublepharis macularius afghanicus
Eublepharis Macularius Afghanicus
Eublepharis Macularius Afghanicus is one of the five subspecies of the common Leopard Gecko. They were first discovered by Borner in 1976. They are much smaller in comparison to other Leopard Gecko subspecies.
Their Range includes South-Eastern Afghanistan alongside the Kabul River and its tributaries, and adjoining Pakistani Northeastern Provinces. They are also found near the Afghan towns of Charikar and Gulbahar (North of Kabul) . This subspecies extends as far as the promontory of the Hindi Kush Mountains.