Today, in the afternoon, I saw this little gecko climbing effortly on the ground. There seems to be problems with its front limbs - causing it to unable to move very fast. I scooped it up (from the danger of being stepped on) and examined it closely.
The genus name of this species is derived from the characteristic of its digits. Hemi- means half; -dactylus means digits. And as you can see, there are two rows of foot hair on each digit, hence the name Hemidactylus. Here's a basic introduction news article to "Gecko's amazing sticky feet". I also think this is a female, no?
In the end, I released it in a dark storage room and wished in best of luck.