Drinking nectar from a crinum lily.
I will miss seeing this jaw-dropping beauty. I actually owned one in San Francisco years back - so....I kinda added to the reason they are here now - the Pet Trade....
On Dan's garage can when we picked him up.
Spotted hiding in the plants at Foster Botanical Garden.
Shedding his skin
The gold dust day gecko (Phelsuma laticauda (Boettger, 1880)) is a diurnal species of gecko. It lives in northern Madagascar, and on the Comoros, it has been also introduced to Hawaii and other Pacific islands. It typically inhabits various kinds of trees and houses. The gold dust day gecko feeds on insects and nectar.