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blondie

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Heehehe I bet he keep the bugs, slugs and snails away from the plants.
 

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Natural pest control. Everyone should have at least one of these


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Quite a sleek companion you have there. I cultivate spiders in my greenhouse and a skink or two...oh, and a
small frog.
 

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It's native to your area? They change from green to brown, anole, awesome lizard!! I used to catch those in maui when I was a kid
 

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Yup the green ones on florida are native, the majority of the brown ones of not all of them are non-native

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Ray

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Anoles are chamelions, turning green to brown


True, but these do so more in response to temperature and mood than to blend into the background.
 

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Cool. I didn’t know Carolinas had lizards, but if nj has them then....


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Cool! I'm having intruders too, since 7 year now I'm wintering that species of tree frog...They are getting in by the roof but don't ask me where it is during the winter time but always put a smile on my face to see it at springtime!

 
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