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Frog room janitors for frog day
#1
I have hundreds of Mediterranean geckos running all over the place at the moment, so I need to thin down their numbers.

They make great frog room cleaners and they love eating spiders! They don't need the high humidity like morning geckos, so less worry of them invading a vivarium. The are nocturnal so you won't see them to much, but don't be surprised if they "bark" at you every so often.
I plan on bringing 15 to 20 of them already but if anyone wants some I can bring more.

5.00 each or 20.00 for 5

A little info on them.
http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/galv ... _gecko.htm
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#2
hundreds ??
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#3
Yes! The outside of my house is crawling with them. I could pick 10 off of 1 wall and within an hour there will be 10 more to take up their spots.
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Casper
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#4
In Texas, are you allowed to collect native wildlife and sell them? And does Frog day allow the sale of WC animals?
Adam Hess
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thedude Wrote:In Texas, are you allowed to collect native wildlife and sell them? And does Frog day allow the sale of WC animals?
Aren't the laws different for introduced species? Wouldn't he just need a vaild fishing liscense?
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Introduced species, I would think, need no permit.

Taking them across state line - no problem either, so long as they are not re-introduced in the wild in any other state.
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#7
With a couple of licenses, yes. (About 100.00 worth)

Was not going to sell them Saturday at the show, only Friday. And was only going to bring them if people wanted them. Sorry I forgot to mention that in my 1st post.

thedude Wrote:In Texas, are you allowed to collect native wildlife and sell them? And does Frog day allow the sale of WC animals?
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#8
The link didn't say they were introduced. Just said they were found in some areas of Texas.
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