The tokay gecko was one of 14 invasive lizards and geckos used to predict where invasive reptiles are more likely to spread in Florida.
The tokay gecko was one of 14 invasive lizards and geckos used to predict where invasive reptiles are more likely to spread in Florida. DIEDRA LAIRD
The tokay gecko was one of 14 invasive lizards and geckos used to predict where invasive reptiles are more likely to spread in Florida. DIEDRA LAIRD

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