Thursday, January 19, 2017


I can't believe I have these geckos in my own yard!


They usually hide on the other side of the fence and will pop out every once in awhile. I've been trying to leave jelly out for them.

The following info is from here

Rather than arriving as a stowaway as other geckos and skinks have, the gold dust day gecko was illegally smuggled in and released. The entire Hawaiian population stems from only eight lizards a University of Hawaiʻi student released near the Mānoa campus in 1974. Shortsighted lizard enthusiasts intentionally dispersed the geckos, which then colonized new areas on their own. 


Unknown said...

They are such pretty little things, though, aren't they?

Leslie's pics said...

!!!! now we don't have to pull off on the side of the road to try and get their picture!! Go get some jelly!!

1DecentApple said...

Hi Jalna,

Are these the geckos the Geico one is modeled after? We saw some of these "live" geckos in this art gallery in Hanapepe and thought they were some pieces on display until they started moving.

Just caught up on your blogging. So entertaining. I loved your teeth brushing pic. So adorable.

Chet Colson said...

Interesting. Never seen the green variety. We have choke geeks where we lived, even Jacksons

K and S said...

so pretty!

jalna said...

I agree, Lorna!

LOL, Les.

Al, sure looks like the Geico one, yah. I still laugh when I look at goofy picture of me.

Jacksons too, Chet!!

They are, Kat.

Mark Shelby said...

Hey Jalna! Maybe they taste like Chicken! Tell Wendell to get busy! ; )

Honolulu Aunty said...


jalna said...

Ewwwww Mark.

Thanks Aunty!

Susan said...

I think I prefer those over the ones crawling on my walls!