This gecko was just over an inch in length. It was found in the building, upstairs. It was released shortly after being discovered, with tail intact.
1 small house gecko seen on outside doorstep.
A pair of Mediterranean House Geckos that had been discovered during a very warm morning, under some wooden boards leaning against a soon to be demolished car lot's garage. Both specimens were captured and removed for study in a lab.
Una pequeña lagartija, nada fuera de lo común.
Juvenile on garage. Imaged only. GTS 1865.
our porch light comes on any time someone moves near the porch; guess that attracts enough insects for this guy to feed on in the evening
Mediterranean House Gecko, scientific name Hemidactylus turcicus (not to be confused with the Asian species Hemidactylus frenatus known as Common House Gecko) is a small gecko common to the Mediterranean which has spread to many parts of the world. It is also commonly referred to as the Turkish Gecko as represented in its Latin name. They are insectivorous, rarely exceeding 15 centimetres (5.9 in) in length, have large, lidless eyes with elliptical pupils, and yellow- or tan-colored...