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I never used a roach motel. Can one remove the poison? or is it just sticky stuff?
Thanks,
Linda
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On Dec 19, 2013, at 8:35 AM, James A Perkins wrote:

> When I lived in Texas, I once captured a gecko in a roach motel  one of those rectangular boxes with some bait and sticky stuff (similar to the sticky strip someone else suggested). This was completely by accident. I had the motels to catch roaches and the gecko must have gone in after them. I suppose you'd have to bait the motel with some meal worms or crickets or something.
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> Jim
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> On 12/19/13 8:30 AM, "Linda Feltner" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> I have a friend who has a native gecko jump out of a rug, going to the dump, and now it's in her car. How can she capture it unharmed?
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> Once we had a neighbor who trapped a baby gopher snake on one of those sticky strips he had put down for mice. Ben went over when he called, and they released it by using PAM cooking spray.
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> Any other solutions? 
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> Poor gecko
> Linda
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