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#11126614 - 09/25/15 08:33 AM Baby Geckos
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Our house has been swarmed this year with baby geckos. Found three this week alone inside the house.

http://jareddavidsonphotography.blogspot.com/2015/09/baby-mediterranean-gecko.html
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#11126635 - 09/25/15 08:41 AM Re: Baby Geckos [Re: Jared D.]
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Awesome pictures! cheers
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#11129802 - 09/26/15 08:44 PM Re: Baby Geckos [Re: Jared D.]
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Jared D, where did all of them come from? I have noticed several at my house just east of Longview. Quick little things. Nice pictures also.

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#11130738 - 09/27/15 12:41 PM Re: Baby Geckos [Re: Jared D.]
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Cool. We've seen a bunch of those around our house over the years.

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#11131705 - 09/27/15 08:44 PM Re: Baby Geckos [Re: Jared D.]
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I have a large population of geckos as well as some kind or frog that lives in the grass.they sound horrible making contack with the lawn mower blade.

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#11132189 - 09/28/15 08:09 AM Re: Baby Geckos [Re: Jared D.]
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we've had more than normal this year thumb
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#11135449 - 09/29/15 04:31 PM Re: Baby Geckos [Re: nethingthatbites]
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We get those every year.

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#11140101 - 10/01/15 06:57 PM Re: Baby Geckos [Re: Jared D.]
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I've lived in the same area for 55 years and never saw a feral gecko until a few years ago . Now they're all over the place . I went out to the carport last night and saw ~ 20 .

I'm thinking I got them in some of the plants I bought from Lowe's (?). Not complaining , they eat insects and they don't seem to have made a dent in the native lizard / frog population .
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#11140129 - 10/01/15 07:14 PM Re: Baby Geckos [Re: Jared D.]
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I have them every where, open front door and there will 10 stuck to the door and 10 side of the walls babies and be ones, saw biggest one I've seen other night estimating 2-3", they'll eat the bugs and spiders but co exist with other lizards cause I have wood lizards everywhere , there's one lives in a cinder block beside the back porch, never moved it cause that's his home, so I just left it there.


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#11140155 - 10/01/15 07:24 PM Re: Baby Geckos [Re: Oldrabbit]
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Originally Posted By: Oldrabbit
Jared D, where did all of them come from? I have noticed several at my house just east of Longview. Quick little things. Nice pictures also.


They've been around for a while. They are not a native species. They are somewhat popular in the pet trade and I bet some let them go when they got tired of keeping them. They breed like crazy so it doesn't take long for them to spread.
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