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Re: habitat/lizards

Yes, that's exactly what they look like. I had to identify them the
first time Sugar ate one and I had to call Austin (Parks & Wildlife)
because none of the vets around here knew if they were poisonous.

They aren't thank God, but salamanders are. Don't have those. Never seen
the anoles, but w/ all the birds in my yard during the day (hundreds of
them during the winter) if I did have any, the birds would probably eat
them. So the geckos come out about the time the birds are going to roost
and take over the bug eating chores. Never seen one eat anything bigger
than a very small moth.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: TeichFlora@aol.com
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 1 Feb 2004 17:22:55 EST

>You are right Pam, those are probably Geckos.  Are they like a transparent 
>pinkish color with brownish spots/patches????    You should also have Anoles 
>there though too, Pam, don't you??  They are usually green, but can change to 
>brown.....are active during the day??  Same size as geckos.  They aren't the same 
>species as the ones in Florida, but look similar.  We have tons down here, 
>Geckos too, they get in the house constantly.  Great at keeping the bug 
>population down, but disturbing when they catch the butterflies and dragonflies.  
>Surely if you have Geckos, you must have Anoles too. no?
>zone 9
>Texas Gulf Coast
>In a message dated 1/31/2004 9:50:23 AM Central Standard Time, 
>gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
>Are yours primarily nocturnal, because the kind we have are. They hide
>out in the deep mulch during the day and come dusk they come out after
>the mosquitoes.
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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