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Re: Biological pest control in action

Zem, I encourage and protect the anoles in my yard. Must have hundreds of them. But also have no mosquitos and no cockroaches--maybe a Florida first. Much rather have a yard full of smallish lizards. And besides that, they're fun to watch, especially when they go through their mating rituals.

On Saturday, July 3, 2004, at 07:21 PM, Zemuly@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 7/3/2004 5:54:58 PM Central Standard Time, jsinger@igc.org
And an enterprising anole jumped from a nearby plant into the middle of
them and began gobbling them up.

I love it!

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Southwest Florida
27.0 N, 82.4
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