Wife discovered this little gecko on stone benchtops chasing down a little roach , and it took refuse INSIDE the round roach bait that is on the back corner of the kitchen benches. It's about 1.5" long (total length and has little pads on the toes and fingers). I didn't believe her until I saw it's tail dangling from the roach bait's entry and a little shake got it out into the sink (plug in). Hungry little gecko , polished off a few small woodies (about 3mm) and a (1" long) small mealworm in the little round tub in no time. No suitable sized BSFL or silkworms to give to it. Will be letting it go tomorrow night before I go to bed , once I'm sure it's not suffering any ill effects from contact with the roach bait, …. I think it's been living inside it and knocking off little roaches as they go into it to feed. So he's been doing me a favour by living in my house and helping control the ants , roaches and spiders , and he can continue with that job. Just seeking a comfirmation of it's species. I suspect either a BOYNES GECKO or a native RING TAILED GECKO or maybe a VELVET GECKO ??. NSW , mid north coast location.