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Madagascar day gecko (Phelsuma madagascariensis) is a diurnal subspecies of geckos. It lives on the eastern coast of Madagascar and typically inhabits rainforests and dwells on trees. The Madagascar day gecko feeds on insects, fruit and nectar. This lizard is one of the largest living day geckos. It can reach a total length of about 22 cm (8.7 in). The body color is light green or bluish green. The skin between the scales often has a light color. A rust-colored stripe extends from the nostril to behind the eye. On the back there are brownish or red-brick colored dots which may form a thin line along the mid back. These geckos do not have eyelids, and they have flattened toe pads. P. m. magascariensis is often found on trees along the edges of forests. They also inhabit local huts and banana trees in the east coast of Madagascar because it has a humid and warm climate.