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Date: 11/02/05
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ssulli

Registered: 11/2005
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
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I found what looks very much like this a couple of months ago in the warehouse where I work (Atlanta, GA). Yesterday, I found another one in the conference room. They were both very small when found (not much more than an inch long). I brought them home, and the first one is now about 3.5" long. I assume it is a gecko -- possibly a Mediterranean gecko. However, I'm not sure. Can anyone help ID this little guy?
11-12-2005 07:33PM View ssulli's Profile Visit ssulli's Homepage!  

CrystalShifter

Registered: 01/2006
Location: Cumming, GA
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Hello,
What you have are Mediterranean geckos. It sounds like your first one is nearly full grown, they only get about four inches or so.
I have one my self, actaully, and I quite enjoy it. Just make sure that you calcium-dust thier food. They quickly have problems if you don't.
Hope this helps, and your little guy is quite lovely.
-Crys
01-29-2006 12:02AM View CrystalShifter's Profile