You are right. That first link shows a picture of it if you scroll down a bit---a desert banded Geko. I didn't think it could be anybody's pet. It was really out a long ways from the camp areas running from bush to bush. The kids caught it and played with it for a while before letting it go. Thanks for the help with these links.Check this out:
Yes it is a gecko. Didn't know they were in that area but according to the linked site they could be. Rare find, very cool!
You beat me to it!NOOOOOO!!! QUICK LOCK THE THREAD UP!!!! this is just what the desert community needs. you posting a picture of a rare looking lizard you found on public land on a desert racing website when already the desert tortoise has a firm grasp on our balls.
That is definately a Leapord Gecko. I know because i have one as a pet. Definately not indigenous to that area, so says wikipedia. Amazing that it has survived!Well, not much of a monster. Looks like a Geko. I had never seen one of these before. You guys seen any of these?
I stand corrected... i think your right!Nope....I still say that is a Banded Gecko - look at this link.......they live in scrublands and harsh desert environments.....