Advertisement Yeah, somebody unloaded this guy or gal onto a co-worker, who really didn't want it that much. The gecko would not eat and the owner (I was told) was going to RELEASE it! So the co-worker accepted it. There are not too many of the guys running around in the wild in these parts, "not too many meaning "none". So it was offered to me, a species I have never kept, and am absolutely starting from the ground floor. Will it survive under my care? I honestly do not know, but I'll give it a shot It came in a sterlite container, which will have to serve until I design something more appropriate, with additional height, etc. All I could do tonight, is devise a heating method, and I spritzed the silk leaves, the portion of the paper towel used for substrate, and a couple of the container walls. Plus there is a milk jug cap in there which i placed water into, but I believe they are mainly droplet lappers. The lid has written on it " Harley X Joker" which I presume is either the morph or the title of a new Batman universe movie" ("Harlequin" is a type of crestie that I've heard of.) I gotta do some research, pronto, but I can't do much tonight. As of this writing, I don't even know if they are nocturnal or diurnal so i don't know if they requre supplemental lighting or not, but that will be easy to find out. I gotta learn to just say "no" to critters. Have a look. Is it a healthy specimen or am I doomed to fail from the start? Note: One thing I've learned after a cursory bit of research is that they do not need particularly high temperatures, so I'm leaving it at room temperature for the night. It won't hit less than 70 to mid 70's.