Lizard traps are used as a mechanical device to trap nuisance lizards. They are placed in the pathways where lizards are suspected to travel. When a lizard walks on it, they get stuck and cannot escape. The lizards can then be removed with oil and released unharmed or destroyed as situations warrant. These traps utilize a roach pheromone or lure which works as an attractant since lizards will readily forage and feed on roaches. The scent, undetectable by people but easily sensed by lizards, will lure targeted lizards to the trap and once inside, they will get stuck. They also feature a self-mounting glue strip on their bottom making them mountable on walls and surfaces to better locate them where lizards like to forage.
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