Documenting the Diversity of Dallas/Fort Worth Urban Wildlife Since 2005
Mediterranean Gecko – Eggs
While cleaning the garage this weekend we made a surprise discovery. We kept a garden tool rack in this corner of the garage, which is right next to the garage door, and over the years it had accumulated a good deal grass clippings, leaves, and dirt. We slid the garden tool rack out from the corner of the garage, and began sweeping out the litter. That’s when we noticed two small, off-white spheres in the debris.
The two off-white spheres were clearly eggs of some kind. One of the eggs was broken open, and after closer examination it was found to contain a Mediterranean Gecko embryo.
While checking the debris pile for more eggs we discovered two more fused orbs in the pile as well. We believe these are possibly infertile/failed gecko eggs.