This species is all around the house. 6-7 unique individuals can be seen regularly. They communicate with each other using a series of squeaks that sound like a Carolina wren's "dit-dit" call but very faint and higher pitched.
We found this Gecko while road cruising near the entrance buildings in the Chaparral acreage. The Gecko was climbing the wall and unfortunately performed caudal autotomy. I picked up the tail as well.
Weather: It was nighttime and the weather was a little cool and partly cloudy; about 75 degrees Fahrenheit
This female was found on the side of a house near a light, at night. SVL - 43 mm
Found in a garden near the house on a farm on Wilbarger Creek in Bastrop, TX.
Found underneath a rock after a very cold night in the lower 40's. svl of 54mm