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Re: Geckos


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Posted by chris_mcmartin on October 03, 2002 at 06:39:26:

In Reply to: Re: Geckos posted by LittleLizard on October 03, 2002 at 05:52:46:

:Hey Chris - your house geckos must be larger than mine because the "poop" is barely noticably except for those of us actually looking for house gecko activity. The poop around here looks like a small speck of dark dirt with a small whitish dot (urates). Not that noticably - maybe your are monster-size...lol

It also depends on the color of your walls. All my walls are really pale, so they "stand out" a little more. In addition, I have other types of lizard living on my house (mostly anoles). You should see what the resident Texas Spiny Lizard left me in the driveway--you'd think a bobcat was prowling the area!

I've seen a lot of large geckos around my house (well, large for geckos, anyway).



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