Almost squished this little feller. But what is it?

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  1. Smittiferous

    Smittiferous Subscriber Subscriber

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    Found this wee one at work amongst a stack of old bricks that were about to be thrown in the back of a tipper... Moved him to the neighbour's garden. Anyone know what species it is?
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    Christinus marmoratus ?
     
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    Cuteness overload ! :)

    I would have held onto it (a 2 litre tub would be loads of space) for a few weeks until the warmer weather comes to ensure it's got the best chance of surviving.
     
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    Yes.

    Misguided and illegal.
     
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    its a marble gecko
    your welcome:D
     
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    against the law to touch/keep/kill native reptiles without some form of license
     
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