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Re: soil bugs & anole lunch


Anoles, at least the kind that run amuck around here, thrive in the sun and
humidity. How warm does it stay on the floor of your greenhouse in January?

I can supply you all the anoles you need, but shipping them during the winter
months may be hazardous to their health.


>So here's the question:  would these be enough to sustain an anole or two?
 I had hoped to keep an anole or some other small lizard in my greenhouse but
am not eager to introduce bugs or to feed them directly.  

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