Streak Gecko is a local term for the (Gonatodes Vittatus) a species of gecko found in Tobago. The long white stripes on the back can be seen in both sexes, however in males, they clearly display with more contrast. Streak geckos grow up to 35−34 mm from head to tail with the tail being fifty percent of its size.
Diet -Streak geckos feed mainly on arthropods and other small insects.
Habitat - Gonatodes vittatus is found in warm humid to semi-arid habitats.
They are very good climbers and are more preferably present in trees, rock crevices, roots and walls.