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Insect and Spider Identification
beejay6751 Leesburg, FL I couldn't find any place to post this picture & ask for help in identifying this chameleon (??).
I only see this chameleon (??) at night. I live in Central FL.
Thanks for any help in identifying : )
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kwanjin West Valley City, UT (Zone 7a) I think it's a Gecko, not a Chameleon. Try starting there.
kwanjin West Valley City, UT (Zone 7a) The closest I can find is the Mediterranean Gecko.
beejay6751 Leesburg, FL Thank you for your help kwanjin - The Mediterranean Gecko looks VERY close to the ones I see at night : )
trackinsand mid central, FL (Zone 9a) Indo-Pacific or House Gecko, the most common Gecko in Florida. smooth skin as opposed to the bumpy skin of the Mediterranean Gecko. they are all self-fertilizing females. Hemidactylus garnoti
kwanjin West Valley City, UT (Zone 7a) It's hard to tell smooth from bumpy online. My computer isn't that advanced yet. ;-)
trackinsand mid central, FL (Zone 9a) mine either! was just supplying more info for beejay. since we are practically neighbors, and the House Gecko is the one i see, i was concluding it was probably this one...but ya never know. even living in the keys for many years before moving up here, i've never seen the bumpy one.
kwanjin West Valley City, UT (Zone 7a) Maybe, someday, I'll get a touch-screen you can feel soft/rough, smooth/bumpy, hot/cold, still/moving... Whomever does THAT will be an instant billionaire.
trackinsand mid central, FL (Zone 9a) i'm sure someone is working on it as we sit here and dream...
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