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Can green anoles and house geckos live with crested geckos?

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no, they can't

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no, crested geckos are solitary animal they will kill and might eat the other animal

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long tailed lizards, green anoles, and house geckos get along fine (don't put a knight anole in very aggressive

do you mean color changing anoles because then house geckos get along just fine together but if you see them fighting take one species out

Crested geckos would VASTLY prefer to be kept alone, and breeders do not usually house them in pairs or groups, as this species is less social than most geckos. They are introduced only briefly for mating, and then are separated again.

A gecko lives in the warm regions on our Earth.There are so many species of geckos in the world. Some examples are - crested, leopard, golden, and tokay. The most common geckos sold in commercial stores are the leopard, crested, and house. Leopard geckos are found in the deserts of Pakistan, western India, Afghanistan, and Iran. Crested geckos are found in New Caledonia, which is a tropical island by Australia. The house gecko can be found in southeastern Asia and in northern parts of Africa. Some geckos are tropical and some are desert species - it just depends on what kind they are. Those are the main types of geckos.

Anoles or 'house geckos' would most likely be what you are describing... Green Anoles are common throughout the US, often incorrectly referred to as 'Chameleons' because of their ability to change color depending on light conditions, mood, and their surroundings. They can change from green to brown. Males have a bright red 'dew lap' they 'puff out' during mating season. House Geckos are tan, almost clear in strong light, pattern can vary from solid color to darker brown spots or rings.

A gecko lives in the warm regions on our Earth.There are so many species of geckos in the world. Some examples are - crested, leopard, golden, and tokay. The most common geckos sold in commercial stores are the leopard, crested, and house. Leopard geckos are found in the deserts of Pakistan, western India, Afghanistan, and Iran. Crested geckos are found in New Caledonia, which is a tropical island by Australia. The house gecko can be found in southeastern Asia and in northern parts of Africa. Some geckos are tropical and some are desert species - it just depends on what kind they are. Those are the main types of geckos.

Geckos live in forests, grasslands, & jungles, & deserts.A gecko lives in the warm regions on our Earth. There are so many species of geckos in the world. Some examples are - crested, leopard, golden, and tokay. The most common geckos sold in commercial stores are the leopard, crested, and house. Leopard geckos are found in the deserts of Pakistan, western India, Afghanistan, and Iran. Crested geckos are found in New Caledonia, which is a tropical island by Australia. The house gecko can be found in southeastern Asia and in northern parts of Africa. Some geckos are tropical and some are desert species - it just depends on what kind they are. Those are the main types of geckos.they live in samdy arias and and have been known to live in maingroves

never mix species of animals together it can lead to the death of one or both of the geckos

Mediterranean house geckos are really simple herps. Care is pretty much identical to that of green and brown anoles, only the geckos don't require any UVB, and will appreciate shady areas more. Keep in mind that these geckos are NOT for handling. They're very flighty and are good at escaping if you let them. diterranean gecko you must have live food such as crickets.

yes they are Added: No they are not , Not all. Some species are becoming really rare to find , Some are extincted but many geckos that are kept in captivity are extremely common. Leopard geckos , Crested geckos , Common house gecko , Fat tailed geckos and more are easy to breed geckos that are now almost everywhere in the pet shops.

Depending on the gecko species will determine the price of the animal. More common species are usually sold at a lower value such as the: house gecko, turner gecko, golden gecko, tokay gecko, skunk gecko. Other species such as crested geckos, leopard geckos and gargoyle geckos can range from $60 - $500. There are even "sought out" or "desired" species of gecko than can range upwards of $1000-$4000 this could include: Leachianous geckos, Green geckos, Chaoua geckos.

No, even though they are both from New Caledonia, a gargoyle gecko is way to aggressive to house with a crested gecko. gargoyles are so aggressive that during mating they both get injured

Well, green anoles are tricky... if you think your fast enough, you can catch them easilly. brown anoles not so much less.if u need more help go to the question(HOW DO YOU CATCH A BABY GREEN ANOLE IN YOUR HOUSE) for my information cause i dont feel like typing that in again k?

all anoles can jump even baby anoles. the can even jump of a house and not hurt themselfes

Green anoles eat crickets, flies, nats, mealworms, waxworms, butterworms, earthworms... worms must be medium to small, cut up banana, and mostly anything that the anole thinks it can over power or digest. make sure that wild caught bugs do not have pesticides of any sort. green anoles mostly prefer crickets you can get them at pet smart 10 cents each small or medium NOT LARGE. anoles will eat most insects but MUST BE PESTICIDE FREE AND SMALLER THAN THE ANOLES HEAD. i have 2 green anoles 1 male and 1 female. never ever house 2 males together the will KILL eachother.

House geckos are a meditarainian species ranging from southeastern Asia

Answer:Yes you can, They both require the same exact care. Same Humidity levels, same food source, same everything. I right now have 1 house gecko and 1 Green anole and have had NO issues, they even hang out together on the same rock or in the same tree every now and then. one difference and i think its why there is no issue is, House Geckos are nocturnal, while Anoles arent so they dont get in eachothers way. One main warning. MAKE SURE BOTH ARE FEMALE OR ONE IS A MALE AT LEAST!!!! if both are males, this could be a big problem. both species both houe geckos and anole males are highly territorial, while females not so much. So go ahead as long as the tank is big enough to house them together its ok, as long as both are female and the tank is big enough (probably a tank double of what you would find at a pet store).

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their feet have suction cup sticky stuff and little claws at least mine do i have green anoles and bearded dragon.

The price varies on species of gecko. House geckos can be 7$ and leopard geckos can range from 25$-500$. it realy depends on type

Yes they can, I've had my leopard gecko, my Mediterranean house gecko, my green anoles, Bahaman anoles, and my western blue-tailed skink all in one 50 gallon tank. Animals and species of the same region with same heating, lighting and humidity may be housed together with some factors: Species, Heating, lighting, feeding schedule, cooling period, breeding season, size of animals, age, space etc.. the list is endless. Always take precaution and do some research


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