Hi everyone, I'm new to the forums here and was hoping you all might be able to provide some care tips for a baby brown anole (I think that's what he/she is) that I found at my parents' house over the weekend. Here's the story: We live in Massachusetts and of course anoles/small lizards aren't native species here. Yesterday, I found what I thought was a shriveled up leaf in front of the sliding glass door at my parent's house. I picked it up and it was the tiniest little lizard I've ever seen! We initially thought it got in from outside and was some kind of native critter. After examining him (I'm calling it a boy for now), we knew he was not native and must have come from one of the houseplants. My parents' local supermarket just had an awesome sale on big houseplants ($6.50 per plant!) and they went a little crazy and bought about 10 of them. We believe the plants were grown in Florida and the little guy either hitched a ride or hatched in one of the plants. They've had the plants for about a week, and we aren't sure how long they were at the store before that. The little guy is about 1.25" long- not sure how old that would make him. Anyway, we knew putting him outside meant certain death and I doubt any of our local shelters would take him. I have some experience with reptile care, since I take care of a bearded dragon and two red-eared sliders at work (I work at a boys and girls club and one of my coworkers brought them in to live at the center after she could no longer care for them), so I told my mom I'd bring him home with me. I have him in a 10-gallon tank with a UVB bulb and the basic habitat fixtures. The temp is ~80 degrees during the day, ~65 at night, and humidity around 65-70%. I bought some flightless fruit flies for him but I'm not sure he is eating them. Any suggestions on what else to feed a baby that size- pinhead crickets or apricot baby food? I am also not 100% that he's a brown anole (that's what they thought at Petsmart when we brought him in to pick up supplies). There's two pictures of him here. Any help/suggestions are appreciated- looking forward to getting some good info here!