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    Porch pal

    I see these little Mediterranean house geckos all the time on my porch. I love having reptiles living in, around, and on my apt.
    I think they must be hatching around this time of year. Seen a bunch of itty bitty little geckos recently. Even one in my new office on campus. I dig it


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    So cute! I find small lizards in my yard too, little skinks & such. And lately I keep running into a good-sized pickerel frog watching me from within the
    ground cover & shrubs...she's gorgeous & relies on her camouflage to "hide in plain sight". My bigger dog did a double-take & was a little afraid to get
    too close when the frog was on the steps- that was hilarious. My dogs usually find toads out here & sniff, then leave them alone as too unappealing.

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    Iím not sure where youíre located, but I remember road trips with my dad when I was a kid. One to California by Texas, and another to Florida. I would love to live in a warmer area were that would be a more common occurrence. I remember chasing around all the different lizards and be wary about finding a rattler, did see a pigmy and a coral. So many anoles. Yeah, thatís so cool.
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    Re: Porch pal

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    Iím not sure where youíre located, but I remember road trips with my dad when I was a kid. One to California by Texas, and another to Florida. I would love to live in a warmer area were that would be a more common occurrence. I remember chasing around all the different lizards and be wary about finding a rattler, did see a pigmy and a coral. So many anoles. Yeah, thatís so cool.
    Iím in Mississippi. Iíve only come across one anole so far but it was tiny so Iím sure theyíre hatching as well and must be well established down here. I love it


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    Re: Porch pal

    I keep finding little guys in my house. We just catch them carefully and let them back outside. (My dog would probably eat little lizards if he finds them in the house, so... better for them to he outside)

    Got this really adorable picture of the latest one we found inside. This one has by far the coolest pattern of the ones we've seen lately.


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