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Re: habitat/ponds/plants


I would guess they are not nocturnal since I see them at all hours of the day. We have a few hundred [usually quiet] tree frogs that work the night shift, however.


On Saturday, January 31, 2004, at 06:54 AM, Pamela J. Evans wrote:


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.


---------- Original Message ---------------------------------- From: james singer <jsinger@igc.org> Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net Date: Sat, 31 Jan 2004 06:16:59 -0500

Those are anole lizards, Eva. And most likely, Cuban anoles. There is
an anole native to Florida, but the Cuban one has nearly driven it out.
Cute little guys, though--and they come in a variety of colors, black,
grey, terra cotta, green. I've got enough of them to keep the bugs to a
minimum.



On Friday, January 30, 2004, at 07:41 PM, EvaTEsq@aol.com wrote:


Ohhh, I love those!  I see them all the time in FL when we go to
Disney World!

Eva
Long Island, NY
Zone 6/7

"We don't do enough to exploit renewable energy resources."
Me

In a message dated 1/30/2004 4:16:18 AM Pacific Standard Time,
gardenqueen@gbronline.com writes:
I have a colony of the most darling little gecko lizards. I just have
to
be quick if one finds it's way in the house. They must taste like cat
treats because Sugar and I will actually race to catch one. Her to eat
it, me to take it back outside and put it in it's mulch hiding spot.


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Zone 10

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