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Re: soil bugs & anole lunch

Could someone with experience in "keeping" anoles in their greenhouse tell
me the lowest "safe" night temperature for them?  Thanks  JMcCann
-----Original Message-----
From: Pugturd@aol.com <Pugturd@aol.com>
To: jmccann@tez.net <jmccann@tez.net>
Date: Saturday, October 30, 1999 12:00 AM
Subject: Re: soil bugs & anole lunch

>Why not introduce crickets they sound nice and the lizards can eat them. My
>cousin has lots of lizards and they all love crickets and they will not
>your plants. I might do this later next year.

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