Gonatodes is a genus of New World dwarf geckos of the family Sphaerodactylidae.
The majority of the species in the genus Gonatodes are diurnally active, scansorial, and sexually dichromatic, with adult body size (snout-vent length) ranging from 28 to 65 mm (1.1 to 2.6 in) for known species.
Most species are forest dwelling, with few species utilizing more open habitats. Some species are able to utilize human modified environments, in some cases including highly urbanized areas. source