Results showed that seminatural habitats differed from actual natural habitats in some microhabitat characteristics and in diversity of available prey. The diet of geckos also differed between habitats, being less diverse in altered habitats. However, the health state (body condition) of geckos was similar between habitats. These geckos seem able to modify their diet selection patterns to cope with anthropic disturbances of the habitat, which would allow them to inhabit and prosper in human-altered ecosystems. Leer más.