Lower: Genus-wide phylogeny based on all published sequences of described and undescribed lineages of Cyrtodactylus (see Suppl. material 1 for the fully annotated phylogeny). The C. darmandvillei group is highlighted in blue. Upper left: Maximum-likelihood phylogeny of the C. darmandvillei group (Bayesian phylogeny has identical topologies). All nodes are highly supported in the maximum likelihood and Bayesian analysis (UFB/BPP ≥ 99/0.95) except for one node that was moderately supported in the Bayesian analysis (BPP = 0.8). Coloured symbols correspond to the distribution map on the right; Circles = nominal species, Triangles = undescribed/uncertain species, and Star = new species described in this study. Upper right: Distribution of nominal and undescribed lineages in the C. darmandvillei group. The specific localities of C. sp. 3 (East-Timor) and C. sp. 4 (East Nusa Tenggara) are not known, thus, their placements on the map are approximated.

  Part of: Chan KO, Grismer LL, Santana F, Pinto P, Loke FW, Conaboy N (2023) Scratching the surface: a new species of Bent-toed gecko (Squamata, Gekkonidae, Cyrtodactylus) from Timor-Leste of the darmandvillei group marks the potential for future discoveries. ZooKeys 1139: 107-126. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.1139.96508