You can get rid of geckos in just a few steps. Geckos are nocturnal, lizard-like creatures that eat insects and spiders, which reduces the number of insects in the house. You need bug spray and glue traps.Continue Reading
Since insects and spiders are the geckos' source of food, remove them to drive geckos away. This can be done with bug spray. Spray the bug spray around areas where you see insects. Remove food that could attract insects. Spray the bug spray around doors and windows periodically to keep the insects from returning.
Place glue traps around various areas of the house. Geckos get stuck on these traps if they run across them. They can be safely removed and released outside, if they are seen in time.
Geckos are entering the house in a particular location. Plug any cracks and holes to prevent them from entering. Common locations include cracks under doorways and windows. Check for holes and immediately fill any that you find.
Geckos prefer warm, humid areas. Lower the thermostat at night to prevent geckos from trying to enter the house when it is cool outside.
Geckos live on every continent except for Antarctica. They are mostly found in warm climates and live in numerous habitats, such as rain forests, deserts and even on cold mountain slopes.Full Answer >
National Geographic reports that wild geckos usually eat insects, but some species may also occasionally consume fruit and flower nectar. About.com states that leopard geckos are the species of gecko most commonly kept in captivity. They should be fed crickets, waxworms and mealworms, and the insects should be coated with a calcium-vitamin D3 supplement before feeding consumption.Full Answer >
Leopard geckos feed on insects, such as crickets, earthworms, roaches and meal worms. They prefer to eat live insects, and most refuse to eat dead prey. If keeping leopard geckos in captivity, it is important to feed them a variety of types of insects because their food preferences often change over time.Full Answer >
Leopard geckos live to be 15 to 20 years in captivity on average, although some survive to age 30. Geckos in the wild have a much shorter lifespan due to predators, injury and disease, which can all be avoided in captivity.Full Answer >