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    Found in the keys inside the shower. Looking online i think its an adult ashy gecko but im not sure because he just doesnt seem to have the patterning

    he has eaten several crickets and stalks the crickets slowly before zooming after them. he eats them whole and hunts by movement
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    hello?

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    I would think nobody replied, because they're not sure of the ID.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birby View Post
    Found in the keys inside the shower. Looking online i think its an adult ashy gecko but im not sure because he just doesnt seem to have the patterning

    he has eaten several crickets and stalks the crickets slowly before zooming after them. he eats them whole and hunts by movement
    Can you post a clear photo? Is this gecko always pale or does he color up at times?

    Are you keeping him?

    Even if no one can ID it, it's still important for him to get calcium with D3 and multivitamins. I prefer and use Zoo Med's supplements. Can you get Zoo Med's Repti Calcium with D3? Lightly dust it on all his crickets @ 1 feeding per week.

    Probably it will also be good to get Zoo Med's Reptivite multivitamins without D3.
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    Can he climb walls or is it more like leopard gecko? Is it not just a kind of house gecko?
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    Hi Birby!

    Looks like a house gecko. Do you live in Florida? Are you keeping this guy? Glad to hear he is eating well, and yes, the calcium is important.
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    hes always pale i have never seen him become a darker or brighter color. he can climb walls very easily and sticks to plastic like a pro

    i am keeping him since im pretty sure hes an invasive species


    the dust does that mean he only gets dusted crickets once a week with all the calicum and d3? does he need to be put outside for the sunlight?
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    Found this info, but will defer your questions to someone with more experience than me!
    Gecko Lizards: Florida Lizards
    Eileen and Repti-Friends
    TAD (Tiny Ancient Dinosaur) - Crested Gecko 1.0.0
    Hidey - Gargoyle Gecko 0.1.0
    O.G. (Office Gecko) - Bauer's Chameleon Gecko 1.0.0
    TBD (Tiny Badass Dragon) - Western Bearded Anole 1.0.0

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    Found this info, but will defer your questions to someone with more experience than me!
    Gecko Lizards: Florida Lizards
    Eileen and Repti-Friends
    TAD (Tiny Ancient Dinosaur) - Crested Gecko 1.0.0
    Hidey - Gargoyle Gecko 0.1.0
    O.G. (Office Gecko) - Bauer's Chameleon Gecko 1.0.0
    TBD (Tiny Badass Dragon) - Western Bearded Anole 1.0.0
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeckoLeen View Post
    Found this info, but will defer your questions to someone with more experience than me!
    Gecko Lizards: Florida Lizards
    thats him!!!! that photo on the website is totally him. thank you!!!
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