The occurrence and distribution of Hemidactylus frenatus (common house gecko) in Mexico is known from dozens of miscellaneous notes, regional accounts, and unpublished records in museums that span >100 years. This information is gathered here, summarized, and mapped to document current distribution of the species in Mexico. A chronology of collections offers an indication of its dispersal there.
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