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Gecko in FL - sp? Mediteranian?

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Posted by: Buggzter at Thu Oct 11 21:30:31 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Buggzter ]  
   

So I love seeing the little geckos running around the balcony by my appartment, and I'm wondering what species it might be? I'm in Bradenton, FL, and I know all about the anoles and such around here, and I have 7 different species of lizards in my home right now. I also have a couple non-eating baby corn snakes that I'm thinking I might have to catch anoles or geckos for right now.

They're pale tan colored, only 3" long for the largest I've seen, and I had a 2" one squeek at me when I got too close to it suddenly (came around a corner)... I think they are quite interesting.

Also, how would you care for a neonate of these? I've caught 3 quite easily, only 1" long total, and was just curious on care if I decided to keep one for 3-4 days. I have pinhead crickets, and damp paper towels for substrate is no problem, and the escape-proof enclosure is set too, if I do it....

Thanks!
~Krystie


   

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